à jour au: 2021
2008 Plan Lombard, Akilaria
2010 First Launch
2011 A Vendre, Akilaria 1ère génération à louer, Cockpit course, mis à l'eau en 2010, B&G H3000, voile North Sails... Mark DENTON
1er mai, Cervantes Trophy: ?e/?? ttc, 1er/?? Class 40
27 mai, Myth of Malham Race: ?e/125 ttc, 2e/?? Class 40
25 juin, Tour de l´île de Wight: ?e/1902, 29e/53 Division 0 en 6h35' reel,
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6 aout, Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week: 12 - 12 - 12 - 11 - 12 - 12 - 12 = 83pts, 11e/11 IRC 0
14 aout, Fastnet: 11e/20 Class 40 en 3j17h22' à 3h05'. Julian METHERELL
2012 5 mai, Morgan Cup Race: 23e/48 IRC ttc en 16h52' temps réél IRC, coef: 1,272, Julian METHERELL
1 juin, 50th Deauville Race / Cervantes Trophy: 85e/95 IRC ttc en 17h38' temps réél
24 juin, Round Ireland Race: 17e/36 IRC ttc en 4j10h13' temps réél
RORC Championship: 26e/292 IRC ttc
2013 4 mai, Cervantes Trophy: ?e/?? TTC, 2e/4 Class 40 en 9h08', Mark DENTON
1er juin, JP Morgan Round the Island: 4e/6 Class 40 à 51', temps réél: 6h29'
27 juillet, Channel Race: 71e/87 ttc en 13h50' réél, coeff IRC: 1,266; Piers TYLER
11 aout, Fastnet: 17e/18 Class 40 en 3j20h30' à 17h12', Mark DENTON
2015 2 mai, Cervantes Trophy: en 20h41'
temps réel, 99e/110 IRC,
Coeff IRC: 1,266, James CLOSE
19 juin, Morgan Cup Race: en 19h21' temps réel, 88e/103 IRC
27 Juin, Round the Island Race: 7e/7 Class 40 en 7h33' à 58'
10 juillet, Cowes-Dinard-St Malo Race: en 18h19' temps réel, 94e/154 IRC
16 aout, Rolex Fastnet Race, 607': 20e/23 Class 40 en 4j01h02' à 15h42'
2016 14 mai, De Guingand Bowl Race: 1j01h23', 38e/39 IRC ttc
18 juin, Round Ireland Race: 5e/7 Class 40 en 5j00h43' à 1j02h00', James CLOSE
2 juillet, Round Around Island: 2e/5 Class 40 en 8h05' à 2h24'
2017 29 avril, Cervantes Trophy Race: 2e/7 Class 40 en 14h14 à 3', James CLOSE
13 mai, De Guingand Bowl Race: 2e/3 Class 40 en 15h42' à 14'
1er juillet, Round The Island Race: 4e/4 Class 40 en 6h58' à 24'
7 juillet, Cowes Dinard St Malo Race: DNF/8 Class 40
6 aout, Rolex Fastnet Race: 19e/26 Class 40 en 3j19h57' à 16h35'
2018 7 juillet, Round the Island Race:
4e/7 Class 40 en 10h46' à
20 septembre Site Class 40, Our Akilaria RC1 Class 40 GBR 97 is currently seeking new owners. She is one of the latest of the first generation designs which have a fully useable interior for cruising and racing either solo or with up to 8 onboard. She has been operating for the last three years as a charter vessel, and since her launch in 2010 has only ever done European offshore races - not transatlantic and is in very good condition. She has a full North Sails wardrobe in good condition for age, well looked after, B&G H3000 with gyro pilot, MCA coded to operate commercially in the UK. A full inventory of equipment and sails is available on request. The commercial charter business model is sustainable, and we would like to offer shared or full ownership of the yacht with the current charter business based in the UK. The current skipper would be willing to continue to manage the commercial charters and maintenance of the boat. Alternatively she will be reluctantly for sale for £120,000 GBP including VAT. Fortissimo can be viewed in Gosport, UK.
2019 13 mai, Class 40 website, Our Akilaria RC1 Class 40 GBR 97 is currently seeking new owners.
3 aout, Fastnet Race: DNS, James CLOSE
2021 April "Global Solo Challenge website" , Class40 Akilaria RC1 (Mark Lombard) – n.97 – For Sale, A very impressive Akilaria RC1 with racing cockpit and central navigation station, built in 2008 but only launched in July 2010 (Class 40 no. 97) and little used by her one original owner. This was one of the last of the RC1s on the water with all the very latest features of that generation built into her. Major upgrades are replaced rod rigging in 2015, new check stays in 2016, new PBO inner forestay in 2017, New wooden tillers in 2019, New A2 spinnaker from GP Sails (insurance replacement) Old North A2 was split in two but has now been repaired and is a good sail. The new owners have added an Origo alcohol oven and stove – the alcohol ovens are rare and expensive. Also added, a battery charger, shore power, calorifier for hot water, electric pumped water and a fridge. All easy to remove for racing, but makes cruising a very enjoyable experience, while sacrificing little in terms of performance. This is a genuine dual-purpose Class 40 that can be cruised in comfort but still surfs and hits Class 40 speeds. Perfect for channel hops, offshore racing, fast passage long distance cruising to remote locations or to access your favourite bucket list regattas. These earlier generation Class 40s tick all the boxes and are now becoming extremely popular as rapid cruisers. The embellishments to Fortissimo make for an easy transition from racer to cruiser or vice versa and she really is ready to sail away. LOA: 12.18m Beam: 4.49m Draft: 3.0m, Builder: MC TEC, Lying: South Coast UK