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MAXI TRIMARAN SPINDRIFT 2

MAXI TRIMARAN SPINDRIFT 2

Launched in 2007 at the CDK-Keroman Technologies yard under the name Banque Populaire V, this maxi trimaran is the biggest racing multihull in the world to date. The holder of multiple records including the Jules Verne Trophy and the Transatlantic record, this legendary boat is continuing her extraordinary journey within Team Spindrift, who are significantly optimising her in a bid to push back her limits even further.

photo © Eloi Stichelbaut / Spindrift racing.

Launching : 2008
Skipper : Dona Bertarelli Yann Guichard
Architect : VPLP design

Dona Bertarelli / Yann Guichard SPINDRIFT2
2019 - January 16 at 11h 47min 27sec UTC, started their world tour The JULES VERNE TROPHY
2018 - novembre stand-by their world tour TROPHY JULES VERNE
2017 -  November, 9  stand-by TROPHY JULES VERNE around the world
2016 Juillet Québec St Malo Winner
2015/2016 TROPHY JULES VERNES First around the world over for Spindrift racing, looped round the world after 47j 10h 59 '02' 'Sea
2014 - Route du Rhum. 2nd
2013 - Spindrift beats 2 road record of discovery (Cadiz to San Salvador) in 6 days, 14 hours, 29 minutes and 21 seconds
2013 - By arming the maxi-trimaran Spindrift Spindrift racing stables 2 getting stronger. CDK - Keroman Technologies carry out the conversion work

Loïc Peyron / MAXI TRIMARAN BANQUE POPULAIRE V
Jules Verne Trophy 2012 Friday, January 6 at 11:14 p.m. record 45 days 1:42 p.m. minutes and 53 seconds
2011 - Jules Verne Trophy: Starting November 22, 2011
2011 - Record of ROLEX FASTNET RACE 32 hours, 48 ​​minutes, 46 seconds
2011 -  Record of THE BRITISH ISLANDS TOUR 3d 3h 49min 14s in
2011 -  RECORD 11h 48min 30s SNSM
2011 -  Loïc Peyron, replaces Pascal Bidegorry

Pascal Bidegorry / MAXI TRIMARAN BANQUE POPULAIRE V
2010 - Pending from 1 November 2010 for the Jules Verne Trophy
2010 - Record of the Mediterranean spring 2010, 14:00 20 minutes, 34 seconds
2010 - Record for the longest distance   traveled in 24:00
2010 -  Atlantic Record summer 2009 3 days, 25 minutes, 15 hours, 48 ​​seconds

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