PRINCE DE BRETAGNE II

2012 - 24.38 m - Multiplast, France - 790 000

Overview


PRINCE DE BRETAGNE II is an Ultim Maxi 80 trimaran born from an extrapolation of the Orma 60 trimaran Sodebo skipped by Thomas Coville. 2 other trimarans have also been extrapolised from Orma 60 trimaran: Gitana XI & Tritium.

Lionel Lemonchois who is a former Route du Rhum winner, has skipped PRINCE DE BRETAGNE II since her launching in 2012.

PRINCE DE BRETAGNE II is a 24 m long trimaran with the weight of a 18 m long trimaran. Therefore, she is much more seaworthy specially for single handed races.

Lionel Lemonchois then skipper of Gitana had already the idea to lengthen the XI. But thanked, he must wait several years to implement his plan. When launching a new program with Prince de Bretagne, the choice fell on the largest and therefore the most stable and powerful ORMA trimaran.

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Specifications


Builder
Multiplast, France

Model
Ultim Maxi 80 Trimaran

Built year
2012

Length
24.38 m - 79.99 ft

Beam
18.20 m

Draft
4 m

Engine
60 HP Lombardini

Hull material
Carbon

Category
Multihull

Naval architect
VPLP

Price
790 000 € EX VAT

Main features


Spare equipment : 1 rudder & 1 reversible foil 
2015 complete set of sails by INCIDENCE, France 


As early as 2010, PRINCE DE BRETAGNE II entered his name in major offshore races. The first and most beautiful victory was the one won by Lionel Lemonchois on the Route du Rhum 2010 in the Multi50 category.

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