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Quite the history here…

Plan Lombard built dear Mag France, it took the start of the Vendée Globe 2000 in the hands of Catherine Chabaud , who had to retire following a dismasting 3 days before the finish.

Then Italian Simone Bianchetti then finished 3rd in Around Alone in 2003, then Marc Thiercelin took over for the Vendée Globe 2004 which he had to abandon in New Zealand…

Taken over by the American Brad van Liew for the Velux 5 Oceans 2010, he won all the stages, before returning to France in the hands of Tanguy de Lamotte who finished 10th in the Vendée Globe 2012-2013

Read on.