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Philippe Péché (56)

France

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Name Philippe Péché

Born January 7th 1961

Nationality French

Country of entry France

Philippe Péché is one of France’s leading sailors. This proud Breton has covered more than 300,000 miles racing everything from monohulls to giant multihulls. Péché, who has lived in Australia for the past 20 years, has twice won the Jules Verne Trophy with Bruno Peyron completing the circumnavigation within 50 days, and sailed with other famous French sailors including Eric Tabarly, Michel Desjoyeaux Ellen MacArthur, Armel Le Cléac’h and Alain Gautier in many transocean races.

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Philippe has chosen a Rustler 36 to participate in the GGR which he has rechristened Grégal, the name shared on all his Father’s boats. The boat has since been given a complete overhaul at the Kervilor shipyard in La Trinité sur Mer. Péché plans to compete in this Summer’s Celtic Cup when he will be racing against fellow Frenchman Jean-Luc van den Heede racing his Rustler 36 MATMUT

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