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The Best Atlantic Cup Yet

The Best Atlantic Cup Yet

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This past weekend the Atlantic Cup capped off a pair of tough doublehanded offshore legs with two days of fully-crewed bare-knuckled inshore racing off Portland, Maine.

Taking the overall win was the Franco-Italian duo of Catherine Pourre (the first woman to win the Atlantic Cup) and Pietro Lucian aboard Eärendil, following a pair of impressive wins in both offshore legs: the first from Charleston, South Carolina to New York City; the second from NYC to Portland.

Taking second was Mike Dreese and Tristan Mouligné aboard Boston-based Toothface II, with Micah Davis and Rob Windsor aboard the Portland-based Amhas taking third.

For more on the three-week biennial Class40 spring classic, which featured 11 boats this time around with crews from no less than nine different nations, click here

SAIL will be providing full coverage of the race in its August issue and also releasing a four-part video “mini-series” on this year’s Atlantic Cup in mid-July, so be sure to check out our teaser above and stay tuned!

June 2018