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  • Boat Name: Eärendil
  • Port of Registry: La Trinite – Sur – Mer
  • Builder: JPS Productions
  • Designer: Sam Manuard
  • Year Launched: 2015
  • Source of Energy Production: Solar panels and engine

Catherine Pourre

  • Age: 63
  • Hometown: Boulogne Sur Mer, France
  • Number of Trans-Atlantics: 4
  • Describe yourself in one word: Audacious
  • Career Highlights:
    • 2017 Transat Jacques Vabre: 9th  
    • 2016 Transat Quebec – St Malo: 3rd  
    • 2016 Atlantic Cup: 2nd 
    • 2018 Atlantic Cup: 1st
  • Explain short-handed offshore sailing in less than 2 sentences? Be able to run a speed machine at maximum with a minimum of effort (still a lot) and maximum of intelligence.

Pietro Luciani

  • Age: 34
  • Hometown: Venice, Italy
  • Career Highlights:
    • 2017 Transat Jacques Vabre: 6th
    • 2018 Atlantic Cup: 1st
    • 2019 Normandy Channel Race: 2nd 

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  • 2020 Atlantic Cup Announced…

    THE ATLANTIC CUP RETURNS FOR 7TH EDITION JUNE 2020 Longest Offshore Race in the Western Atlantic to Start in Charleston, with a stop-over in New York and finish in Portland                      2018 Atlantic Cup Champion Eärendil will return to compete in 2020 (Photo Credit: Billy Black) NEWPORT, RI(June 19, 2019) – Manuka Sports[…..]

  • Eärendil Wins 2018 Atlantic Cup…

            Eärendil wins 2018 Atlantic Cup by One point over Toothface     Catherine Pourre is first woman to win Atlantic Cup PORTLAND, ME (June 10, 2018) –  French/Italian team #145 Eärendil, skippered by Catherine Pourre and Pietro Luciani, captured the 2018 Atlantic Cup as they dominated the two offshore legs and held on to a[…..]

  • Eärendil Captures Leg 2 to Stay Atop the Standings…

              French/Italian Team Eärendil Wins Leg 2: New York-Portland & Maintains Overall Spot Atop the Atlantic Cup Standings  Racing Continues for Rest of Fleet – Expected Arrival Mid-Day through Tuesday evening Portland, ME (June 4, 2018) –  Eärendil skippered by Catherine Pourre of France and Pietro Luciani of Italy won leg two of the Atlantic[…..]

  • Eärendil Takes The Lead As The Fleet Rounds Point Alpha!…

        The 2018 Atlantic Cup fleet is steaming ahead for Portland, Maine after pounding upwind the past 48-hours. Nine boats remain on the racecourse following the decisions made last night by #37 First Light and #81 Esprit Scout to retire from Leg 2 and seek refuge in Newport, Rhode Island in order to further assess their damage.  For[…..]

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