An update from Bernard's site. Its seems the mast is still attached ?... Rough translation follows:
"We evaluated all the possibilities and finally decided that it was best to put on a boat to restore it by sea must keep in mind that even broken, the boat is a large object , heavy and not easy to handle.
Tuesday, so we'll gruter on a small freighter named " Moléanaise " that normally supplies the islands of the English Channel sea, and to take in stride , "said the Swiss skipper , who has carefully prepared operation and anticipated the release of water from what remains of his mount yesterday with members of his crew and three divers club Aber Wrac'h .
"We made sure to recover the wreck so far floated 45 °. So we first conducted the separation rig . It was a bit weird and not really nice to cut the staysail and jib with a hacksaw but we had no choice . After that , we made up the monocoque with six large parachutes lent by both divers and DCNS , fixed on the top of the keel and the hull " detailed Bernard , already focused on the upcoming operation .