On this Sunday, May 30, 2021, the 12th edition of the CIC Nomandy Channel Race 2021 was launched;
22 boats out of 23 starters crossed the finish line of this 12th CIC Normandy Channel Race.
If at first glance this data seems anecdotal, it is in fact revealing a rather exceptional edition on several points. In addition to a scenario with multiple twists and turns and unsustainable suspense that has become the hallmark of this race, The varied weather, but always with a bearing bearing on almost the entire course and the overall timing favourable to level crossings are facts that are out of the standards of this great Norman classic.
Conditions that cumulated will have had two rare causes: the race route was completed in its entirety, only the 2nd time in 12 editions and a new record of the race in less than 5 days was established.
This assessment, the CIC Normandy Channel Race owes it above all to all these ingredients that it combines and that make it such a special event in the calendar of the Class40. A unique course, an international level, incredible sports scenarios, the Class40 spirit, … form a skillful mixture that attracts every year specialists in the discipline in the Channel and the Celtic Sea. Can’t wait for 2022!read more
Notice to all seafarers, especially technicians working in the offshore industry:
Since April 2021, Mariteam Services has developed a partnership with Securewest, an Anglo-Saxon company specializing in online maritime training.With a single click on the links below, you can now access the following training courses:
IMO 3.27 Ship Security Awareness (SSA) : SSA Online Course
OR IMO 3.26 Seafarers with Designated Security Duties (SDSD): SDSD Online Course
OR IMO 3.19 Ship Safety Officer (SSO): SSO Online Course
The Security Courses training is part of the documents required to obtain maritime technicians’ Seaman Bookread more
It must be noted that despite the efforts of international governments for more than a year to counter the spread of the virus, Covid 19 is unfortunately still a problem to travel, which leads in particular to complications when crossing borders.
Therefore, if you are sailors or seafarers on an offshore mission, since 2021 you must be in possession of a Seaman Book (SB), to pass the port authorities.Indeed, your classic passport and an employment contract are no longer sufficient to justify your transit to customs on any vessel present in international waters.
For more information, go to the Maritime Booklet [Seaman Book] page in the Services tab of our website.
These 4 months spent in Brittany at Lorient la Base have been very rewarding with the completion of 2 years of work to unlock the secrets of Ocean Racing and thus integrate the heart of a top level sports team.
From the launch, to the first training sessions of the season, via the Rolex Fastnet Race that the Charal Sailing Team won, as well as the 3 races of the DEFI AZIMUT, I was able to complete this intense mission until the start of the Transat Jacques Vabre 2019.
Brest Atlantiques is a non-stop, crewed transatlantic sailing race, starting and finishing in Brest. The first race edition of this race takes place in 2019 where 4 giants of the seas compete: the 32-23 Ultim Class trimarans.
My mission within Brest Ultim Sailing was that of Project Manager with the management of the Skippers’ Area and Customer Relations (team-skipper-VIP).
From Brest, where we can watch the 4 Ultim boats set off this 7th November towards the immense Atlantic’s auttumn playground: Yves Le Blevec Actual Leader, François Gabart’s Trimaran MACIF, Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier’s Maxi Edmond de Rothschild, Thomas Coville’s Sodebo Ultim 3 for a 14,000 mile loop.
The winner of this magnificent race is Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier’s Maxi Edmond de Rothschild, in – 30 DAYS!
There was always a boat at sight of each other which is crazy enough, it changes chairs. The format is top with incessant reversals of situation.
A word from the skipper “It’s a great race, the course is crazy! We’ve seen places we would never have seen otherwise, wow! We learned more in 6 days here than anywhere before because it’s a really complicated race. “
About twenty french people with which we spent some great moments on the Isle of Pines and in the South Lagoon. Excellent weather window, anchorages of dreams, two catamarans to walk all that pretty world. Remy at the helm of S / Y Black Mamba, and the unforgettable Farid to animate and make the show!
Beautiful fishing (tazar, mekouas, yellowfin, parrots, etc …), kite sessions on the only sandbar in the world, full of sun of pure air and friendship. “Tata” (see you soon in New Caledonian)
It is important to develop your network and make yourself known through reference interface in the specialized environment in which we are. In 2019, the Pôle Mer MED will assist us in the development of our network and allow us to meet a large number of players in the offshore industry.read more
TOULON WELCOMES GREAT GC32 RACING TOUR FINAL IN OCTOBER 2018
After the America’s Cup in 2016, TPM is preparing to host a regatta of high level on the water of the harbor, from October 10 to 14: the grand finale of the GC32 Racing Tour, the GC32 TPM Med Cup!
Mariteam Services will be responsible for Project Manager, Public Relations, Skipper Relations, and evenings throughout the event.
Transatlantic race alone. It starts from Saint-Malo on Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 14 hours, and meets Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe. The fleet is divided into six categories: Ultimate, Multi50, IMOCA, Class40, Multi Rum and Mono Rum.
Mariteam Services joined the Team Réauté Chocolat for the transport of the Multi50 trimaran from La Trinité-sur-Mer to Saint Malo. His mission was to make sure that the boat and the skipper do not miss anything!