Preparation for the Vendée Globe : (copie)

The Transat Jacques Vabre gave onlookers and participants the first indications of the potential of each of the boats and bore witness to some great battles between the different generations within the IMOCA class. Since this race, which included debut performances by the new foiling designs by naval architects Verdier and VPLP (Safran 2, Banque Populaire 8, Gitana 16, Hugo Boss and Virbac – Mont Saint Michel), these latest craft have returned for a winter overhaul with a view to a host of upcoming events: The Transat, Transat New York-Vendée, and above all the Vendée Globe 2016. A period of intense activity then for the CDK yard, which rounded off activities with the launch of Maitre Coq on 7 April 2016. We take the opportunity to review the past few hectic months.


Giants dance in Keroman Technologies.

The winters ' building project succeed in Keroman Technologies.

The optimization of Trimaram Macif being completed, it was the turn of the Maxi Trimaran 2 Spindrift invest workshops.

Follow the news   in the Macif Trimaran:

No Way Back: a project flying Europe’s colours!

The sixth 60' IMOCA from the latest generation was built by the ‘PERSICO’ yard in Italy in 2015 for the Sardinian skipper Andrea MURA.


Lauching Ciela Village

The CDK Technologies team manage the lauching Ciela Village.


Lauching trimaran Macif

Eighteen months of construction were required for assembly of the Macif trimaran, he left the shipyard CDK Technologies Keroman on Tuesday, to be launched at the foot of the base of Submarines Lorient. An expected time lived in emotionally, all CDK Technologies team, Macif, François Gabart and crew, happy and proud of the work.

The operation took place in three acts.

Lauching Populaire VIII

Launching the Banque Populaire VIII rollover test.

Test successful turnaround!