A TRANSQUADRA LED BY SUN FAST SAILBOATS
For the 1st leg of the Transquadra, no less than 39 SUN FAST sailboats, racing single or double-handed, were present at the starting line, headed for Funchal, Madera.
Excellent results were achieved, notably by Alexandre Ozon aboard the SUN FAST 3300, "SAPRISTI." Winner of the last single-handed Transquadra race, he repeated his exploit this year, arriving first in the class, in real time, for a single-handed departure from Lorient.
Stay tuned, as the next leg of the Transquadra will depart from Madera on January 29th, 2022, headed for Le Marin, Martinique.
SUN FASTS TAKE ON THE 2021 ROLEX FASTNET RACE
It was also at the 49th edition of the 2021 Rolex Fastnet Race, the famous ocean race held every two years, that SUN FAST sailboats again delivered shining performances. Many found themselves at the top of the rankings after crossing the finish in Cherbourg.
Bravo to all crews, and congratulations on the participants' excellent results, notably the SUN FAST 3300, "Swell," crewed by Henry Bomby and Shirley Robertson, ranked 2nd in the double-handed IRC 3 category, and the SUN FAST 37, "Desert Star Irish Offshore Sailing," helmed by Ronan O'Siochru.
SUN FAST: PERFORMANCE AND TECHNOLOGY BY JEANNEAU
These results demonstrate once again the exceptional performance of the SUN FAST line, designed for racing, with innovative technology by Jeanneau.
Delivering speed and thrilling sensations, Sun Fast sailboats remain reliable and easy to handle.
The excellent rankings at these latest races prove once more that these sailboats meet the expectations of all those who love thrills.