- Length overall: 17.00m
- Hull Length: 15.25m
- Float Length: 13.65m
- Beam: 12.00m
- Draft Min: 1,40m
- Draft Max: 2,70m
- Mast Length: 19,75m
- Air Draft: 23,00m
- Displacement: 4,700kg
- Water Ballast: 400kg
Designed in 2003 by Marc Lombard, Michel Jouvert and Bernard Nivelt, Trilogic has been breaking records since she was put in the water. A collaboration between 3 designers and 3 naval constructors, Trilogic has been called 'an incredibly successful architectural puzzle'.
Quoting BYGB, ''Skipper Eric Brunel sailed some 25,000 miles on Trilogic during her early years. Then FenetreA-Cardinal, she was sold in 2008 to JB Cunin who registered her under a French flag, and appointed Erwan Le Roux as skipper. Over a period of 5 years, he achieved a great deal of success in the major multihull races.'' In 2016 she was sold to Hugo Karlsson-Smythe, current owner and skipper and has undergone considerable refitting to bring her back to racing standard.
2004 The Transat Plymouth - Boston: 1st/6 multi 50' ; record broken at 14d01h Eric BRUUNEL
2005 The Rolex Fastnet Race: 1st multi.
2006 Route du Rhum: 17th/61 overall, 2nd/6 multi 50' ; 13d14h49' Eric BRUUNEL
2010 Vendée Globe - St Petersbourg: 5e/9 in multi 50' ; 10d00h37' Erwan LE ROUX
Route du Rhum: 18th/85 overall, 6th/12 Multi 50' ; 15d21h25', average speed: 9.28kts. Erwan LE ROUX
2011 ArMen Race: 4th/83 overall, 3e/5 Multis 50' ; 23h27', Erwan LE ROUX
2017 Grand Prix Guyader, 2 - 1 - 2 - 1 = 1st/3 Multi 2000, Hugo KARLSSON-SMYTHE
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