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Published: Monday, 20 April 2015

After four days of racing, the Les Voiles de St Barth 2015 regatta came to a close on Apr 18. The event has been growing steadily since its inception in 2010 and hosted 70 boats in this sixth edition.

Phaedo 3 Gets Fourth Bullet In Fourth And Final Race 8.

(Photo by Rachel Jaspersen)

Lloyd Thornburg’s US entry in the Multihull class, Phaedo 3, spent the regatta leaving the seven other multihull entries in its wake, winning the fourth and final race on Saturday.

Phaedo 3 Gets Fourth Bullet In Fourth And Final Race 2.

(Photo by Rachel Jaspersen)

On Wednesday Thornburg established the Multihull record for a newly introduced 43-mile course that will be repeated in upcoming years.

Phaedo 3 Gets Fourth Bullet In Fourth And Final Race 3.

(Photo by Rachel Jaspersen)

“Today (Apr 18) the wind came back, which was nice, whereas yesterday was a little bit light for us,” says Thornburg. “For our boat, this was the most challenging course, so it was a lot of fun.”

Phaedo 3 Gets Fourth Bullet In Fourth And Final Race 5.

(Photo by Rachel Jaspersen)

In other divisions Comanche and Odin established records for Maxi 1 and Maxi 2 classes respectively.

Phaedo 3 Gets Fourth Bullet In Fourth And Final Race 6.

Check out the video of Phaedo 3:

www.vimeo.com/125370656

For full race results:

www.app.regattaguru.com/lesvoiles