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  • Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez
    Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez is the name given to a week of sailing regattas together the most beautiful classic and modern sailboats Mediterranean in Saint-Tropez. More than 300 boats measuring up 60 meters are racing each day in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. Traditionally these series of regattas take place from the last weekend in September. Saint-Tropez, France
    http://lesvoilesdesaint-tropez.fr/en/
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  • Route du Rhum
    A single-handed yacht race mixing professionals and amateurs, monos and multihulls without any restrictions on size or class specifications. The course ? The Rhum is raced out of Saint-Malo, in metropolitan France bound for Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe.
    http://www.routedurhum.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Tour de France à la Voile
    Since 1978, thousands of sailors have discovered the French coast, got pushed back by the Channel currents, asked their position to Brittany's fishermen and heeled under the Mistral wind. From a joyful racing-cruising event, the Tour de France à la Voile turned into a great offshore sailing school for many young and talented sailors, and then a high-level competition with great champions taking part.
    http://www.tourvoile.fr/
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  • Vendee Globe
    An international competition that unites single-handed yachtsmen from all over the world who wish to test themselves in a non-stop round the world race. The course for the Vendée Globe illustrates the straightforward nature and simplicity of the idea behind this major event. You sail around the world from west to east via the three major capes of Good Hope, Leeuwin and the Horn. There is a long slide down the Atlantic, the perilous voyage across the Southern Ocean with firstly the Indian Ocean and its crossed seas, then the Pacific Ocean, the world’s biggest ocean. Finally, there is the climb back up the Atlantic to head back to Les Sables d’Olonne, France which marks the start and finish of the Everest of the seas. We take a look at each section of the round the world race course.
    http://www.vendeeglobe.org/
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