|Skippers||Olivier de Kersauson|
|Displacement||20 t (20 long tons; 22 short tons)|
33.80 m (110.9 ft) (LOA)|
32 m (105 ft) (LWL)
|Beam||21.1 m (69 ft)|
|Mast height||39 m (128 ft)|
535 m2 (5,760 sq ft) (upwind)|
925 m2 (9,960 sq ft) (downwind)
|Launched||2013 (re-launch after modification)|
|Displacement||13 t (13 long tons; 14 short tons)|
|Length||102 ft (31 m)|
|Beam||70 ft (21 m)|
|Mast height||115 ft (35 m)|
4,779 sq ft (444.0 m2) (upwind)|
7,136 sq ft (663.0 m2) (downwind)
Geronimo is a French trimaran designed to break great offshore records. It was skippered by the French yachtsman Olivier de Kersauson. It was launched on Saturday 29 September 2001 in Brest, France by Marie Tabarly.
Geronimo was purchased by Sodebo in February 2013 and renamed Sodebo Ultim. The trimaran was heavily modified with a shorter and lighter central hull, a new mast and new cockpit configuration, making it more suitable for long-distance solo sailing. It is now skippered by Thomas Coville.
- 29 April 2004, after three unsuccessful attempts, Geronimo, skippered by Olivier de Kersauson, wins the Jules Verne Trophy from Bruno Peyron in 63 days, 13 hours and 59 minutes. Trophy taken back in 2005 by the same Bruno Peyron.
- July 2005 : Fastest sailing around Australia in nearly 17 days and 13 hours.
- November 2005 : Geronimo, skippered by Olivier de Kersauson, breaks the Los Angeles - Honolulu record in 4 days and 19 hours. This record was broken in July 2015 by Lending Club 2 co-skippered by Renaud Laplanche, and Ryan Breymaier with a time of 3 days, 18 hours, 9 seconds.
- April 2006 : Transpacific, east to west (San Francisco - Yokohama) in 14 days and 22 hours. Record beaten in 2008 by Gitana 13.
- June 2006 : Transpacific, west to east (Yokohama - San Francisco) in 13 days and 22 hours.
- December 2016 : Around the world sailing record single-handed as Sodebo Ultim by Thomas Coville in 49 days 3 hours 7 minutes and 38 seconds (7 days less than Francis Joyon's previous record).
Orange with Bruno Peyron
| Jules Verne Trophy
Orange II with Bruno Peyron