TRANSAT JACQUES VABRE
The Transat Jacques-Vabre, also called the Coffee Route, is a transatlantic race that takes place every two years. It is open to 60-foot IMOCA monohulls, 50-footers or Class40s and Multi50 or Ultime multihulls.
In 2021, the Transat Jacques Vabre attracted more than 330,000 boats spread over the 4 classes. At the end of the edition, 1 virtual skipper will be selected to participate in the next edition and will become co-skipper of a boat in the 2023 edition.
Class 40 & Ocean fifty
From 4500 to 7800 milles
depending on the boat
Next edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre
Tracé des Imoca et Ocean fifty lors de la Transat Jacques Vabre 2021
The Transat Jacques Vabre 2021 :
On November 7, more than 300,000 boats set out from Le Havre to attempt the Atlantic crossing at the same time as the real competitors.
30 days later, more than 70% managed to arrive in Fort de France on time.
4 races, 4 different winners, and 3 who signed their first victory on Virtual Regatta Offshore. PassTaga won the Ulltim class. Vingilot_esST won the Imoca class. Ferarepa C won the Ocean fifty and Baptiste_Rep the class 40.
Meanwhile, more than 10,000 skippers registered for the “There will be only one left” contest to try to win a place on a real boat in the Transat Jacques Vabre 2023.
Only one will remain
Here begins an incredible 2-year adventure, which will make us discover the lucky one: the one who will succeed in going from Virtual Regatta to the real Transat Jacques Vabre!
By taking the start of The Virtual Transat Jacques Vabre 2021, skippers were able to apply to participate in this incredible challenge named “There will only be one left!”
At the end of the race, 1000 candidates will be selected to continue the incredible adventure, pass the next selections and be the one to be at the helm of a real boat in the Transat Jacques Vabre 2023.