A strong, mutual support between LoftNets and Thibaut Vauchel-Camus

July 21, 2020

Thibaut Vauchel-Camus, Louis Viat, Corentin Douguet and Billy Besson, aboard the blue trimaran Solidaires en Peloton, won the DRHeam Cup in the Multi50 category


SEPtour Act 1 - DRHEAM-CUP

During this first part of the SEPtour, the Multi50 Solidaires En Peloton - ARSEP, with Thibaut Vauchel-Camus on board + sailors taking turns from one stopover to the next, was able to embark more than 120 people, including a quarter of MS patients and accompanying persons. He will have covered nearly 1,500 miles in 12 days, thus passing the 30,000 mile mark on the blue trimaran's speedometer!




Photo © Thierry Martinez | DRHEAM Cup 2020


July 8th

Photo parismatch.com © DR

Wednesday, July 8th

Navigator Thibaut Vauchel-Camus welcomed aboard his trimaran, Michaël Gregorio, godfather of the Multi50, accompanied by Laurent Ruquier and Jean-Philippe Janssens.


New speed record!

Solidaires En Peloton – ARSEP set a new 500-meter record at the Brest speed base with a run at 32.22 knots. Thibaut and his crew placed second at the Brest Trophy last September 7.



The trampoline of the Solidaires en Peloton Challenge

LoftNets is very proud to support this project by designing and manufacturing Thibault's Multi 50 trampoline.

For LoftNets, the design and manufacturing of this trampoline was a challenge in itself!

We worked very closely with Thibaut to determine the best material combining resistance and light weight, and that respects the boat's expected behavior.

Material: Dyneema SK75
Net type: 100 mm knotted
Surface area: 103 m²
Type of multihull: 50 foot
Shipchandler: Enata, Dubaï


Thibaut Vauchel-Camus and Frédéric Duthil


A strong, mutual support between LoftNets and Thibaut Vauchel-Camus

LoftNets has designed the trampoline for the Solidaires En Peloton - ARSEP, the new 50-foot Multihull owned by the skipper from Saint-Malo.

We are very happy to support this team formed by Thibaut Vauchel-Camus and his co-skippers.

Thibaut Vauchel-Camus


Coming from racing catamarans, I gained experience in monohull ocean racing. Today, I am fortunate enough to be ocean racing on a multihull.

It is truly a pleasure to enter into a partnership with a trampoline leader for the upcoming Multi50 Solidaires En Peloton - ARSEP.

Performance depends first and foremost on reliability. With LoftNets, we have the guarantee of quality products and extensive technical experience dedicated to this new-generation boat.

A heartfelt thanks to the LoftNets team for their goodwill and motivation in supporting our sports and charitable endeavor.

Thibaut Vauchel-Camus - ARSEP

Thibaut Vauchel-Camus Victories

  • First place on the Cowes/Dinard in Multihulls 2019
  • 3rd place - Route du Rhum Class Multi50 2018
  • Winner of the DRHEAM Cup 2018 in Multi 50
  • Winner of The Transat bakerly 2016
  • Winner of the Championnat international Class40 2015 and 2016
  • 2nd place – Route du Rhum Class40 2014
  • 6 times Champion de France – F18 between 2005 and 2013
  • Speed record on the Hydroptère.ch in 2011
  • Winner of the Record SNSM Multi50 in 2011
  • Record Distance in Racing Catamaran in 24h (343 milles)
  • Winner of the Raid Extreme Archipelago 2005
Hervé des Horts

Hervé des Horts
LoftNets co-founder, CEO

We are proud to offer our experience to the Solidaires en Peloton challenge, a charitable endeavor in which we share both the sports and humane values.

We found both the sporting challenge and the ARSEP Foundation project to fight multiple sclerosis very compelling.

Our team strongly supports Thibaut and his co-skippers, and hopes to see him triumph on all the oceans around the globe, in such prestigeous races as the transat Jacques Vabres this year, just like he performed in the Route du Rhum in 2018, proudly displaying the values of solidarity and combativity!

Le Multi50

The Multi50 Solidaires
En Peloton – ARSEP,
fighting multiple

Architect: Van Peteghem/Lauriot-Prévost (VPLP)

Length: 15.24 m (50 feet)

Width: 15.24 m

Water draft: 3.50 m

Air draft: 23.77 m

Weight: 3.8 tons

Total sail area close hauled: 175 m2

Total sail area reaching: 270 m2

Materials: glass and carbon

Crew: 1 - 6

Top speed: 30 knots and over

Thibaut Vauchel-Camus