Like other ports with strong personalities, the sea is, of course, indissolubly linked with the image of “Penn Sardin” (“Sardine Head”) city. The past affirms the strength of its roots out of which have grown the town’s three harbours.
Registration List on the Class Mini website :
The first list is now complete, boats will now be listed on the waiting list.
Here is the good news: you don’t have to pay registration fee at this time. Every year, places are vacated and are allocated in order of inscription to this list. To be prominent, please fill out the registration form quickly. Hope the best to all.
Ground Logistics :
These are the muscles of the team. They transport the tables, seating and barriers for the prizegivings, social events and other festivities. They also put down the race markers at sea. Continue reading The Winches Club volunteers
The Mini-Fastnet pre-race process, will take place in the harbour of Tréboul. Continue reading Program
This race was created to honour the memory of Marie-Agnès Péron, a competitor lost at sea during the Mini-Transat that started from Tréboul in 1991 and organized by the Winches Club.
- Check-ins in the harbour of Tréboul : from Monday June 3 rd, 9AM to Friday June 5 th, 6PM
- Start of the race: thursday June 6 th, 3PM
- Prize giving ceremony and Reception : Saturday June 8 th, 7PM
The Trophée Marie-Agnès Péron is a regatta that complements the Mini-Fastnet. A kind of exercise in style as are often single-handed sailing. The Iroise and Brittany have a range of coastlines, islands and narrow passages that generate very different sailing conditions. Advantage or not, the Breton sailor knows well these waters in general and the shelters are never distant or difficult to access in case of trouble.