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Costarmoricaine 2020
Week-End of August 1st and 2nd

Despite the the COVID-19 pandemic, the Costarmoricaine have, only for once, been shortened to a week-end instead of the traditional full 5 days. But the course can still cover more than half of the past year area (Côtes d’Armor, Brittany), since Saturday leg can go as far as Île de Bréhat on the west side, and the Sunday leg can go as far as Saint Cast on the east side.

The Costarmoricaine have been the first World Championship of Long Distance in sport catamaran in 2018 and many times the French Cup of Long Distance. The course can reach up to 175nm (324km), in 5 days and about 80 marks to reach. The Club de Voile de la Baie d'Erquy is a small association but highly experimented in organizing international events.

The first edition of Costarmoricaine took place in 1993. The 2020 edition will be the 25th. There was no Costarmoricaine in 1997 because the CVBErquy organized the European Championship of F18, as well as in 2000 for the first Worlds of F18.

Since 1993, the race has seen the participation of some of the best current sailors. If you look at the ranking pages, you will recognize those who went through the Formula 18, continue today in offshore racing or the Tour de France à la Voile. The race remains accessible to any crew who are used to racing in Formula 18 and have participated in a long distance race before. All in all, from professionals to enlightened amateurs, everyone will find an opponent to race.

Club de Voile de la Baie d'Erquy - Maison de la Mer - 22430 Erquy - France - Copy not allowed - CGV - About us - Updated on: 27/06/2020 15:56 CET