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Release date : 2011

Architect : VPLP Design

Weight: 6,3 tonnes

Number of crew aboard: 6

Maximum speed: 60 KM/HR

Foils: 2

Victory in the Multi One Championship 2012


Length: 21,20 meters

Width: 16,8 meters

Air Draft: 29 meters

Water Draft: 4,5 meters


Up-wind sail area: 310 m2

Down wind sail area: 409 m2



Rudders: 3

Her history

The racing stable’s first boat

The MOD 70 (Multihull One Design) is a 70-foot (21.20 metres) one-design trimaran designed by the VPLP architectural firm in 2006 and launched in 2010. Seven craft were built in all, one of which was for the Spindrift racing stable. On 27 January 2012, boat No.5 of this innovative series was launched in Lorient, south-west Brittany, flying the flag for Spindrift racing. This was the very first boat to be fitted out by the racing stable created by Dona Bertarelli and Yann Guichard a year earlier. Just a month after her launch, the MOD70 Spindrift scored her first bullet in the Krys Ocean Race, a crewed transatlantic race between New York and Brest. That same year, the team led by Yann Guichard took victory in the Multi One Championship.