OBPORTUS IV

Skipper:

OLIVIER ROUSSEY 60 – ACCOUNTANT – BRIEY

THE LIST, IN A NUTSHELL

– Numerous participations in the Normandy Channel Race
– Route du Rhum 2014 and 2018
– 10th Transat Jacques Vabre 2017
– Transat Québec Saint-Malo 2016
– 20th Transat Jacques Vabre 2013

6th participation in the Normandy Channel Race

CO-SKIPPER:

PHILIPPE BURGER 62 YEARS – STOMATOLOGIST – METZ

THE LIST, IN A NUTSHELL

– Normandy Channel Race 2014, 2015, 2017
– 10th Transat Jacques Vabre 2017
– Transat Québec Saint-Malo 2016
– 20th Transat Jacques Vabre 2013

5th participation in the Normandy Channel Race

THE WORD
DES
Skippers

After almost a year of interruption due to the return of the RHUM and the end of a surreal period of confinement, to find the atmosphere of pontoons and the offshore race, especially the NCR is a moment of immense joy and impatience. We will have to get back to the rhythm of the race very quickly, but above all we will have to enjoy sailing. The course of the NCR is demanding, exciting and the level increasingly high. We’re going to have to hang on to the new and more efficient boats. But for us the main thing is to be there once again.

124

TYPE: AKILARIA RC3

ARCHITECT: MARC LOMBARD

BUILDING: MC-TEC

ANNEE: 2012

124

TYPE: AKILARIA RC3

ARCHITECT: MARC LOMBARD

BUILDING: MC-TEC

ANNEE: 2012

OBPORTUS IV

OLIVIER ROUSSEY 60 – ACCOUNTANT – BRIEY

THE LIST, IN A NUTSHELL

– Numerous participations in the Normandy Channel Race
– Route du Rhum 2014 and 2018
– 10th Transat Jacques Vabre 2017
– Transat Québec Saint-Malo 2016
– 20th Transat Jacques Vabre 2013

6th participation in the Normandy Channel Race

PHILIPPE BURGER 62 YEARS – STOMATOLOGIST – METZ

THE LIST, IN A NUTSHELL

– Normandy Channel Race 2014, 2015, 2017
– 10th Transat Jacques Vabre 2017
– Transat Québec Saint-Malo 2016
– 20th Transat Jacques Vabre 2013

5th participation in the Normandy Channel Race

THE WORD OF THE SKIPPERS

After almost a year of interruption due to the return of the RHUM and the end of a surreal period of confinement, to find the atmosphere of pontoons and the offshore race, especially the NCR is a moment of immense joy and impatience. We will have to get back to the rhythm of the race very quickly, but above all we will have to enjoy sailing. The course of the NCR is demanding, exciting and the level increasingly high. We’re going to have to hang on to the new and more efficient boats. But for us the main thing is to be there once again.

124

TYPE: AKILARIA RC3

ARCHITECT: MARC LOMBARD

BUILDING: MC-TEC

ANNEE: 2012