Tuesday 6 July 2021
One turn can hide another ...
The forty-fourth edition of the Tour de France à la voile (Tour Voile ) ended on Saturday July 24 with a friendly regatta dedicated to the associations on board each of the Diam 24 (7.25 m) one-design trimarans in competition. On this occasion, Oscar Péan at the helm of SEAFLOATECH Team Jeune Sud , which sported the logo of the OceanoScientific France & Monaco associations on its floats and in its sails, made the powder speak by taking a hot start and doing a large part of the course at the helm of the fleet (photo).
Oscar Péan, Eliot Bourgeois and Lilyan Bretagne at the helm of SEAFLOATECH Team Jeune Sud of the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez made the powder speak on Serre-Ponçon lake, Saturday July 24 - Photo OceanoScientific
© Yvan Griboval - OceanoScientific
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