From the following article (in French) by Scanvoile:
The rough bing translate is below:
The traditional trophy Multi50 Prince de Bretagne - Côtes d'Armor prepares to resume his summer quarters off the coast of Saint-Quay-Portrieux. From 22 to 24 next August, the sides of Goelo will once again vibrate to the rhythm of regattas between multihulls. Eleven Multi50 promise to ensure the show.
A fleet of 11 multihulls
On the field of play, a team of eleven trimarans has already answered the call to cross the bows one last time before joining, November 02, the starting line of the Route du Rhum. Gauge the competition, to sharpen, validate the material, and, why not, score psychological points: the objectives are many for teams to the ranks of this 6th edition of the Prince de Bretagne - Côtes d'Armor trophy.
Land, two surprises of size register in the menu of the 2014 edition: the feast of coco from Paimpol on Sunday, and the visit of Executive Chef Jean Imbert ship Ambassador, Maxi80 Prince of Brittany, still faithful to the position and place for Public Relations.
Jean Imbert, invited mark aboard Maxi80 Prince de Bretagne
To share the limelight with the Coco de Paimpol, this 6th edition of the trophy Prince de Bretagne will also rely on the visit of the Chief Jean Imbert. Native of Erquy, not far from Cape Fréhel where he has never missed the start of the Route du Rhum, the famous chef costarmoricain do not declined the invitation which was made to embark aboard the trimaran Prince de Bretagne, which he is the godfather.
Actual (Yves Le Blevec)
Arkema Region Aquitaine (Lalou Roucayrol)
Délirium (Hervé de Carlan)
˜windowâ-Cardinal (Erwan Le Roux)
Kid (Pierre Antoine)
Maître Jacques (Loïc Fequet)
Nootka (Gilles Buekenhout)
PiR2 (Etienne Hochede)
Green Ray (Alain Delhumeau)
Rennes metropolis Saint-Malo agglomération (Gilles Lamiré)
Towards a world without AIDS (Erik Nigon)
Trips with the star of Erquy to follow the races closer to the fleet
Departures from 11: 00 to 16: 00 on Sunday, August 24 - duration: 45 minutes
On-site ticket: €3, free for less than 10 years