What are the routes for the fourth edition of the Dream Cup leaving Cherbourg?

Les voiliers des skippers amarrés au port Chantereyne ce mardi avant le départ de le Drheam Cup.

The Dream Cup Officially living in Port Chanterlain this Wednesday Cherbourg, the opening of the village starting at 10 am. This Sunday, July 17, there are free activities on offer all day leading up to the big departure day 128 boats were registered (Amateurs and Professionals) Fourth edition of the exam. The race is a qualifier for the next Route du Rum, which has a high plateau. Francois Gabart, Thomas Cove in The ultimate category Be a part of it John Gulfion In 40th class.

Three different courses are suggested in race direction 11 classes of shipsWho will Get to Trinité-sur-Mer as soon as possibleIn Morbihan.

A visit to Bilbao for the Ultimate category

Three departures are scheduled 20 minutes apart for safety reasons, starting at 2 p.m. Sailors will cross the Channel in a straight line South of EnglandBefore following the British coast Wolf’s Lighthouse, all west. This is where the paths diverge.

  • Le DC 600 course (to cover 600 miles) affects the smallest boats (Figaro 3 Beneteau, Multi 2000, IRC, Mini 6.50). They will turn to port to overtake Brittany and reach the Rochebonne plateau near the island of Re for the finish.
  • Le Course DC 1.000 (1,000 miles to cover), six different classes (Class 40, Imoca, Ocean Fifty, Rum Multi, Rum Mono and Open Grands Monohulls), passing through the south of Ireland as part of it. Fasnet RockTo set a straight course BXA Boy At the entrance to the Gironde estuary before heading straight up Trinite-sur-Mer. This section deals with qualification for the next route du rum.
  • Le Course DC 1.500 (1,500 miles to cover), it is aimed at Ultimes class multihulls only, requiring skippers to move around.Isle of Man Through the Irish Sea, then a crossing Bay of Biscay Until the arrival Bilbao (Spain). To cross the finish line, sailors will have to sail the entire length of the Atlantic Ocean. The first boats are expected two days later from Tuesday 19th to Wednesday 20th.
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On the longest route Ultime boats will circle the Isle of Man and arrive in Bilbao before crossing the Atlantic coast and crossing the finish line in Trinit-sur-Mer.
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France Bleu Cotentin lives from the starting village

This Sunday, spectators will get a chance to see the ships up close before the big launch. Introduction to twenty miles in between The Hague etc BarfloorFriday.

France Bleu Cotentin The event is partnered with a relocated studio and broadcast in Departure Village Live from 4pm to 7pm. This Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. It will also be live starting Sunday.

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