Les Voiles De Saint Tropez 2017 – Results

From the 30th September to the 8th of October, the conditions on the seas were ...

Les Voiles De Saint Tropez 2017 – Results

October 10, 2017

Written by Eva Belanyiova

From the 30th September to the 8th of October, the conditions on the seas were perfect for Les Voiles De Saint Tropez, producing nine days of spectacular racing to end the summer season in the Mediterranean.

Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez – 30 September - 8 October 2017 - Photo Gilles Martin-Raget

Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez – 30 September – 8 October 2017 – Photo Gilles Martin-Raget

“We’ll naturally remember the beautiful weather conditions that guaranteed the success of this edition. 2017 is a fine vintage,” commented André Beaufils, President of the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez. “Each year, I wonder how I can introduce new innovations to amaze those on shore. I have a few ideas for next year’s 20th edition. The parade by the crews seems to be running out of steam slightly so we need to think about how we can fire up the festive aspect of the event even more. The feedback from the crews and owners is excellent and it’s a pleasure to hear that. The only slight reservations relate to the on-the-water safety regarding the spectator boats. In addition, I’m very happy to witness the enthusiasm of the local, regional, national and international media with over 200 French and overseas journalists and 20 teams filming the event. Var Matin graced us with covers and very comprehensive articles every day and the partners appear to be delighted.”

Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez – 30 September - 8 October 2017 - Photo Gilles Martin-Raget

Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez – 30 September – 8 October 2017 – Photo Gilles Martin-Raget

At the prize-giving ceremony, more than 4,000 skippers, captains and sailors participated in the event which saw sailors from across the globe participate in the event. MARISKA took the Rolex Trophy, while RENATA of the IRC C group claimed the Edmond de Rothschild Trophy for 2017. Lastly, Wally 77 LYRA won the BMW Trophy.

Results:

Wally
1- Lyra – Wally 77: 12 pts
2- Open Season – Wally 107: 14 pts
3- Magic Carpet3 – Wallycento: 15 pts

Modern
IRC A
1- Babsy – Franck Cammas: 17 pts
2- Cannonball – Dario Ferrari: 24 pts
3- Rambler – George David: 25 pts

IRC B
1- Music – James Blakemore: 12 pts
2- Daguet – Frederic Puzin: 14 pts
3- Flo d’Orient – Bernard Coquelet : 16 pts

IRC C
1- Renata – Orel Kalomeni: 8 pts
2- Alizée – Laurent Camprubi: 10 pts
3- Arobas – Gerard Logel: 14 pts

IRC D
1- Takaoama3 – Pierre Chartier: 18 pts
2- Vito 2 – Gian Marco Magrini: 20 pts
3- Al Dente – Hubert Lombardo: 23 pts

IRC E
1- Alice – Simon Henning – 11 pts
2- Heat – Max Augustin – 13 pts
3- Expresso 2 – Guy Claeys – 16 pts

Classics
Grand Tradition
1- Moonbeam III — Erwan Noblet: 8 pts
2- Halloween – Inigo Strez: 15 pts
3- Elena of London – Steve McLaren: 17 pts

Gaff-rigged Epoque Group A
1- Spartan – Charles Ryan: 9 pts
2- Olympian – Marc Audineau: 9 pts
3- Kelpie – Olive Pelham: 11 pts

Gaff-rigged Epoque Group B
1- Linnet – Patrizio Bertelli: 4 pts
2- Tilly XV – Joeri Moessnang: 8 pts
3- Oriole – Laurence Rames de Moers: 20 pts

Marconi Epoque A
1- Rowdy – Riendan McCarthy: 10 pts
2- Blitzen – Peter Morton: 11 pts
3- Enterprise – Hans Christian Schrijvers: 17 pts

Marconi Epoque B – the 8ms
1- Cholita – Bruno Catalan: 8 pts
2- Carron II – Jean Luc Leveque: 9 pts
3- Jour de Fête – Pascal Oddo: 18 pts

Marconi Epoque C
1- Cippino II – Daniel Sieleki: 7 pts
2- Fjord III – German Frers: 11 pts
3- Comet – Marc Marciano: 16 pts

Marconi Epoque D
1- Sonda – Eric Leprince: 5 pts
2- Nagaiana – Alain Fédensieu: 14 pts
3- Java – Schengili: 15 pts

Marconi Classic A
1- Lys – Philippe Monnet: 8 pts
2- Eugenia V: 13 pts
3- Yanira – Andre de Leon: 13 pts

Marconi Classic B
1- St Christopher – Daria Cabai: 9 pts
2- Aigue Blu – Fabrice Garau: 20 pts
3- Palynodie II – Henri Ferbus: 16 pts

Marconi Classic C
1- France – Thierry Verneuil: 9 pts
2- Ikra – Sebastien Destremeau: 10 pts
3- Sovereign – Nicolas Berenger: 10 pts

Guest Group
1- Maria Giovanna II – Jean Pierre Sauvan: 7 pts
2- Alibaba II – Jorge Blanco: 9 pts
3- Windhover – Olivier Poulain: 12 pts

Modern Marconi
1- Camomille – Jean Louis Nathan: 12 pts
2- Jolt – Peter Harrison: 17 pts
3- Aetos – Nicolas Sihouris: 13 pts

15 M JI
1- Mariska – Benjamin Redreau: 14 pts
2- The Lady Anne – Le May Richard: 14 pts
3- Tuiga – Pierre Casiraghi: 20 pts
4- Hispania – Jose Rabane: 23 pts

The Yacht Club de France’s Autumn Cup
12 m JI:
1- Ikra – Sébastien Destremeau
Gaff Group
1- Tilly XV – Joerg Moessnang
Classic Group:
1- Maria Giovana II – Jean Pierre Sauvan
Marconi Group:
1- Argyll – Griff Rhys Jones
Marconi B Group
1- Cippino II – Martin Billoch
Tofinou Group
1- Pitch – Patrice Ribaud

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