LIVE VIDEO – the arrival of the Solitaire du Figaro in Royan

LIVE VIDEO – the arrival of the Solitaire du Figaro in Royan
LIVE VIDEO – the arrival of the Solitaire du Figaro in Royan

Leaving Port-la-Forêt on Sunday, the Solitaire du Figaro fleet arrived early Thursday morning in the Gironde estuary before crossing the line for the second stage of this prestigious sailing race and reaching the port. of Royan. This is Guillaume Pirouelle (Normandy Region) who wins in 3 days 17h 28mn 26 sec. He crossed the line positioned off the Coubre lighthouse at 6:28 a.m. With only a 3-minute gap, Achille Nebout (Amarris – Primeo Energie) ranks second in this 685-mile stage between Port La Forêt and Royan. Tom Laperche (Brittany Region – CMB Performance) completed the podium 15 minutes behind the winner. This is a provisional classification before the jury’s decision since the boats will be inspected on their arrival at the quay.

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Live video, follow the arrival of the sailboats at the port of Royan

The Figaro fleet is heading to the Quai Promenoir du Thirteenth Dragon where they will be moored until Sunday. Follow this arrival live on video and the first reactions of the skippers from the pontoons.

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