INVESTIGATING available in the last Bretagne Sailing Valley® News – Newsletter #8 – Winter 2021 The installation of instruments aboard ocean racing boats is not new, but over the past few years, there has been a giant leap forward. Everything that can be measured is today providing us with tons of data. Analysing all this

INTERVIEW available in the last Bretagne Sailing Valley® News – Newsletter #7 – Autumn 2021 A qualified naval architect, Tanguy Le Bihan launched Foil & Co five years ago. This Breton company, specialised in the manufacture of foils and boards for smaller sail powered craft and boards is growing rapidly, the market having exploded in

Online Tech-talk #4: Competitive sailing: how to recruit in a fast-paced environment?   The 4th video café of the 2021 season was held live from Paris, organized by Bretagne Développement Innovation and focusing on the issue of recruitment. Around the table on the Bretagne Sud stand, Carole Bourlon, representative of Bretagne Développement Innovation, Amira Avril,

Interviews, surveys, key events and news from Eurolarge Innovation members… Every quarter, the Bretagne Sailing Valley® News covers the economic and technological news of the Breton competitive sailing industry. Discover below the survey dedicated to aerodynamics. The 36th America’s Cup set the bar: while in recent years architects and designers have focused mostly on how best

From 14th to 19th September, the Défi Azimut-Lorient Agglomeration will see IMOCA skippers come together for five days of racing; a unique opportunity to showcase Brittany’s sector of excellence in the technology of competitive sailing. The whole industry is gearing up to satisfy a full order book while continuing to innovate efficiently and sustainably. Internationalization,

INTERVIEW available in the last Bretagne Sailing Valley® News – Newsletter #6 – Summer 2021  A page turned at the end of 2020 for nke when, after 14 years at the head of the Hennebont-based group, Jean-Claude Le Bleis sold nke Marine Electronics and nke Instrumentation to Alain Boschet, now Managing Director of both structures.

INVESTIGATION available in the last Bretagne Sailing Valley® News – Newsletter #6 – Summer 2021  When the first Jumbo and Pogo 40s were built just more than 15 years ago, who would have imagined that the numbers assigned to the new Class40s would be reaching 170? That the class would be looking at 70 places