Comanche holds the 24-hour sailing record for monohulls covering 618 nm in the 24 hours (averaging 25.75 knots, or 47.7 kph). Comanche won line honours in the 2015 Fastnet race and the 2015 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Comanche's skipper was Ken Read. In 2017, Comanche set a 24-hour run of 484.1 nm, a new Transpac record, a 20.2 knot average speed (37.4 kph). 
Additionally, the Comanche holds the Monohull Transatlantic sailing record for the fastest time of crossing the Altantic Ocean, which they beat on the 28th of July, 2016. The current record is a time of 5 days, 14 hours, 21 minutes 25 second.
In December 2017, Comanche was sold to Australian Jim Cooney. Comanche holds the fastest time for the Sydney to Hobart yacht race after winning the Sydney to Hobart 2017 in 1 day 9 hours 15 minutes 24 seconds.
Comanche was renamed to LDV Comanche when Jim Cooney purchased the yacht, due to a one-time sponsorship from SAIC Maxus Automotive Co's LDV brand. The yacht later returned to its original, unsponsored title of Comanche.
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