Corum has joined forces with Banque Populaire-the main fleet of the Sailing World – to sponsor the most watched sailing challenge: the Jules Verne Trophy .
As a partner and official timepiece of this famous global competition, Corum has specially launched a dedicated watch. Against this background, the brand naturally chose a watch from the Admiral’s Cup collection-a collection that has been praised by sailing enthusiasts since its introduction in 1960-this special edition watch is equipped with a chronograph function.
The Admiral’s Cup Seafender 48 Chrono Centro watch has the words ‘Trophée Jules Verne 2012’ on the surface, and the case back even depicts the line of the game.
If the team sets a new record during this sailing event, Corum will give this special edition watch to each team member of Maxi Trimaran Banque Populaire V, and each watch will be engraved with the team member’s personal name. Therefore, the 14 players who participated in the global competition not only fought to take away the trophy, but also had the chance to win a Corum watch.
Paying close attention to the weather forecast for the past few days, Loïck Peyron and his team decided to take advantage of the seaside area that now extends between Ireland and Portugal to seize the opportunity to sail the sea. They have been waiting for this opportunity for the past month.
Crossing at Vesan Island and Cape Lizard at 9:31:42 AM on Tuesday 22nd
The virtual starting route between them, Maxi Banque Populaire V began its second challenge to the Jules Verne Trophy sailing championship.
To warm up with ‘light’, it is necessary to grasp the light intensity in Biscay weather conditions as soon as possible, so that 14 sailors can directly enter the core of the marine theme, and their sailing chronograph will always accompany them to complete this great adventure. .
Loïck Peyron and the crew.
First heading towards the equator and then to South Africa, Maxi Banque Populaire V will sail all the way and sail its way around the world. Ahead of the challenge is 21,760 miles and surrounds three capes-Cape of Good Hope, Lizard, and the Horn of Africa. To engrave their names in the famous Jules Verne Trophy trophy and enter the history of the sailing competition, Loïck Peyron and his team members must press before 17: 15.34 on Monday, January 9, 2012 WSSRC * timer.
* WSSRC: World Sailing Speed Records Council, the organization that manages sailing records.