1: a prestigious sponsor for the Voiles de Saint-Barth, Loick Peyron, recent winner of the Route du Rhum.
2: the top two elected marine navigators of the Year 2014: Loick Peyron and Terry Hutchinson
2: the number of Olympic medalists present on the Voiles de Saint-Barth. The American Peter Holmberg who regatta aboard Spookie Steve Benjamin and the New Zealand Craig Monk sailing alongside Hap Fauth on Bella Mente have both performed in the Finn. The first took silver in Seoul in 1998 and the second in the bronze in Barcelona in 1992.
2: The number of fully participating in female crews Voiles de Saint-Barth: Girl for Sail Sails and Feminine.
3: the highest number of wins in the race by a competitor in the same class. The American George David won in 2010, 2011 and 2012 aboard Rambler Rambler 90 and 100.
5: the skippers who participated in six editions. Patrick Demarchelier, Raphael Magras, George David, Mowgli Fox and Alain Charlot
6: the number of editions of the race, the latter taking place for the first time in 2010.
6.80: in meters, the draft of the Maxi Comanche. For comparison, that of an IMOCA is 4,50m.
10: the number of ships engaged on which there are one or more team members who participated in the campaigns of the America's Cup.
12: the number of feet in which the American George David has reduced its new boat from the previous, Rambler 100. A bias with the architect of the monocoque, Juan Koujoumdjian to gain weight- power ratio ... and therefore in performance.
14: boat flags of nationalities (USA, Great Britain, Netherlands, Spain, Barbados, Austria, Portugal, Ireland, France, Germany, South Africa, Brazil, Lithuania, and Trinidad and Tobago ...)
22: the number of boats vying measuring 60 feet or more.
23: the number of skippers enrolled in the Voiles de Saint-Barth American nationalities. The French were almost as numerous as they are, to date, 22 followed the British in number 14 and the Dutch in the number of 4.
24: feet, size of the smallest boats in the fleet of this 6th edition. Three Melges 24 (7,31m), in fact, constitute the ranks Boost'n Sail, Team Island Water World, Marine Budget.
25 km2 area of St. Barts
28: the number of crew on board Comanche racing.
32: height, in feet, from the smallest multi Voiles de Saint-Barth 2015 This is the CG 32 (9,75m) The Square / Diamond Genesis Erik Maris.
40: nationalities of all these sailors
40: 40 feet are the most numerous boats. Eleven in total. First 40, Pogo40, Carkekk HP 40 or X40, there is something for everyone.
50: Accredited media
70: in feet, the size of the largest multihull involved in the test. Phaedo3 Lloyd Thornburg, former MOD 70 Foncia.
78: inscribed with the Voiles de Saint-Barth March 31, 2015
100: Comanche size in feet or 30,50m.
120: the number of players on the run
1200: the total number of seafarers engaged in the 6th edition of Les Voiles de Saint-Barth
2014: The latest is Rambler 88, launched December 12th, 2014.
1500: Comanche sqm downwind of the wing (850m² upwind), the size of new volley ball!
4000 feet represented on water