Trimaran Lakota Renovation

We welcomed the trimaran Lakota (formerly Pierre 1er) in the shipyard for some renovations.

History:

Former racing trimaran with a beautiful hit list, LAKOTA was converted in fast trimaran, simple and light for its current owner who is an experienced sailor.

Originaly named Pierre 1er for the french skipper Florence Arthaud, she won the Route du Rhum in 1990. Florence Arthaud became the first woman to win a major sailing race.

The boat became LAKOTA in 1993 with his new owner and skipper, Steve Fossett, who finished in 5th place in the Route du Rhum 1994, despite his lack of experience. Then he participated in regattas such the Transpac 1995 (1st), San Francisco Yokohama 1995, Los Angeles Honolulu 1997 (2nd), and the Pineapple Cup 1999 (1st). She broke a total of 12 records between 1993 and 2000 on board.

In 2000, LAKOTA was sold to the Swedish team Altant Group. The broke several records and LAKOTA became successively LAKOTA SONY (2001), PINDAR (2001 - skipper Emma Richards), SONY (2002), NICATOR (2003), TIETO ENATOR L'OREAL (2004), LAKOTA (2007) and SJOVILLAN (2008).

In 2011, LAKOTA was sold to her current owner who benefits to fast cruising and oceans crossings.

Look the video of the impressive handling of LAKOTA at TechniYachtsPinta

Chantier trimaran Lakota

The three hulls and appendages have been prepared to receive a CopperCoat antifouling. The roof plexiglasses are being changed, the beams and the keel have been restaured.

May 14th 2013 : Coppercoat antifouling on the appendages:

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May 15th and 16th 2013 : Coppercoat antifouling on the hulls:

May 27th 2013: non-slip paint on the beam:

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peinture antidérapante pied de mât détail peinture antidérapante

"Lakota" was launched the 30th of May 2013:


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