• Boris Herrmann

    Class40 ten years in

    by  • 19 aprile 2013 • AL BUCQ, Alexandre Toulorge, Armel Tripon, Aymeric Chappellier, Benjamin Develay, Boris Herrmann, Brieuc Maisonneuve, Bruno Jourdren, Bruno Rzetelny, Campagne de France, Catherine Pourre, Christophe Coatnoan, Class 40, Damien Rousseau, Dan Dytch, Earwen, Emma Creighton, Fabrice Amedeo, France, GDF SUEZ, Geodis, Gilles Dadou, Goulven Royer, Groupe Picoty, James Boyd, James Stableford, Jasmine Flyer, Jean- Christophe Caso, Jorg Riechers, Kogane, LA BELLE EQUIPE 2, LORD JIMINY, Louis Duc, Mabire Halvard, mare, Mathias Blumencron, Miranda Merron, MOMENTUM OCEAN RACING, MR BRICOLAGE, Ned Collier Wakefield, Nicolas Boidevezi, Nicolas Jossier, Obportus3, Offshore, Olivier Roussey, Partouche, Patrice Bougard, Paul Peggs, Philippe Burger, Phillippa Hutton-Squire, Phoenix, Pierre Brasseur, Pierre-Yves Lautrou, Piers Tyler, Red, Roderick Knowles, Route du Rhum, Rune Aasberg, Sebastien Rogues, Simen Løvgren, SInglehanded, Solo, Stephanie Alran, Swish, Thibault Reinhart, Thomas Ruyant, Two-handed, Vincent Duguay

    From the simple premise of it being a yacht capable of racing offshore at a price making it attainable for average mortals, the Class40 has become one of the most successful boats of its size of alread more