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Cyclops Marine 2020 - LEADERBOARD

My Boat & I - From ice landscapes to containment in Greece

by Dufour Yachts 1 May 14:00 UTC
My Boat & I - From ice landscapes to containment in Greece © Dufour Yachts

Back to Greece just in time before the lockdown, Martine and Christian Le Cléach returned to their Dufour 455, and describe in this video their exciting adventure and share their experience, telling us all about sailing beyond the Arctic Circle, in the Baltic and Mediterranean Seas, as well as in the Transquadra solo on their Dufour 36before they upgraded to Fleur de Sel.

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