On April 30, professional and amateur sailors went sailing on the Bay of Quiberon to race in the Round Belle-Ile race—the VIII edition, so far. The Tour de Belle-Ile has become the biggest sailing event in all of France based on the number of the sailboats—over 450 entries across 15+ classes. Teams participated in this family-friendly event: a simple large starting line, sail out around the island, keeping it to port, and finish back off the sea-buoy off the harbor La Trinite sur Mer. In OSIA A Class with 34 entries, winning was Patrice Vidon’s J/111 J4F from Societe Regate Douarnenez; and fifth was Stephane Blanchard’s J/111 LE JOUET. For more Tour de Belle-Ile information, visit http://www.tourdebelleile.com/.