The fifth edition of the DRHEAM-CUP / GRAND PRIX DE FRANCE DE COURSE AU LARGE will be held from 11 to 21 July 2024. Entries for the race, which is now listed in the French Sailing Federation, RORC and UNCL / Yacht Club de France calendars, open on 2 January. Launched in 2016 by JacquesRead more


The fifth edition of the DRHEAM-CUP / GRAND PRIX DE FRANCE DE COURSE AU LARGE will be held from 11 to 21 July 2024. The three courses will be identical to the previous edition’s, between Cherbourg-en Cotentin and La Trinité-sur-Mer, with eleven classes invited and the same ingredients that have been key to its success:Read more

A vibrant fourth edition

The 4th edition of La Drheam-Cup – Grand Prix de France de Course au Large, the now classic summer offshore racing event, celebrated 14 wonderful winners. Remaining loyal to its motto competition-sharing-celebration, the race celebrated the sailors on Sunday during the  prizegiving ceremony. Results of the recent successful edition. A sporting success Strong growth in the numberRead more

Thirteen arrivals today!

This Wednesday at the end of the day, the fleet of the Drheam Cup / Grand Prix de France de Course au Large still has 89 boats at sea. Fourteen of them arrived in the port of La Trinité-Sur-Mer. Among them, the Ocean Fifty Leyton led by Sam Goodchild, the most French of the British,Read more

SVR Lazartigue on the 1st step.

The Ultime trimaran SVR Lazartigue skippered by Tom Laperche in the absence of François Gabart suffering from Covid, crossed the finish line of the 4th Drheam Cup on Tuesday, July 20 at 1:19 am under the drizzle, completing the 1000 miles of the course in 2 days 11 hours and 21 minutes, at an averageRead more

Kuka 3, 1st in the IRC crew category in real time

A few days after winning the Round Ireland Race, the Swiss Franco Niggeler and his commando crew, including the Australian-Dutch Mitch Booth, double Olympic medalist in Tornado, ten times world champion, and skipper of the 100-foot Comanche, won this Drheam Cup. Trinidad and Tobago’s Nicolas Groleau on the Mach 45 BT Blue is expected toRead more

Multi 2000 Rayon Vert takes line honours 

A few minutes after leaving the pontoon in Port Chantereyne in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin at noon on Sunday, Sidney Gavignet, the experienced crew for amateur sailor Oren Nataf on the 2004-built Pulsar 50 designed by Erik Lerouge, predicted he would arrive on 19 July towards the end of the day. One of the most experienced French offshoreRead more