After ten years of racing catamarans at the highest level, Loïs Berrehar decided to enter ocean racing by joining Team Sodebo alongside Thomas Coville, with whom he accumulated many miles.
However, the young sailor is more and more attracted by solo sailing and decides to make a radical change from multihull to monohull by joining the Figaro Bénéteau class. Now with the Bretagne - CMB team, Loïs Berrehar has been able to show his full potential, notably by finishing first rookie in the Solo Maître CoQ just a few weeks after his solo debut, but also by taking fifteenth place in the very demanding Solitaire Urgo - Le Figaro and first rookie in the 2018 French Elite Ocean Racing Championship. These promising performances allow him to take the helm of the Figaro 3 Performance in 2019.
After starting the season alongside Tom Laperche in the Figaro 3, Loïs will accompany Fabrice Amedeo for the 2021 season, which will be sailed double-handed.
2021: Sardinha Cup - 7th (with Tom Laperche)
2021: Transat en Double - 3rd (with Tom Laperche)
2021: Tour de Bretagne à la voile - 7th (with Tom Laperche)
2019: La Solitaire URGO Le Figaro - 33th
2019: Solo Maitre Coq - 16th
2019: Sardinha Cup - 2nd (with Thomas Rouxel)
2018: French Elite Offshore Racing Championship - 19th (overall ranking) / 1st bizuth
2018: Transat AG2R LA MONDIALE - 12th (with Erwan Le Draoulec)
2017: Rolex Fastnet Race - 7th
2017: Spi Ouest France - 1st in Open 5,70 Class
2017: Grand Prix Guyader - 3rd in Multi50 (Reauté Chocolat)
2016: Challenge espoir Bretagne/CMB - 2nd
2016: Transat Quebec-St Malo - 6th is Class40
|Name||NEXANS - ART & FENÊTRES|
|Sail number||FRA 56|
|Architect||VPLP - Verdier|
|Construction||2015, Chantier Persico, Italie|
|Former names||Vento di Sardegna, No way back, Reporter du large, Newrest - Matmut|
|Mast height||29 m|
|Mast type||Wing mast|
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