Maserati Multi 70 is back in the northern hemisphere after crossing the equator at longitude 5°W today at 10.28 UTC after 21 days, 13 hours and 15 minutes. It's an important moment for the skipper Giovanni Soldini and the other four crew members (Guido Broggi, Sébastien Audigane, Oliver Herrera Perez and Alex Pella) as Soldini
Maserati Multi70 rounded Cape of Good Hope today at 12.02 UTC after 16 days, 1 hour and 37 minutes of navigation. The landing on South Africa happened a few hours earlier, at dawn, after a night spent fighting with light winds, near Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of the African continent that by geographical agreement
Maserati Multi 70 lost a rudder following a collision with a floating object Giovanni Soldini and the trimaran's crew has to wait for better conditions to change the missing piece “Unfortunately we hit something at 20 knots of speed and we lost the rudder under the right hull”, explains Giovanni Soldini, skipper of Maserati Multi
After a week of sailing and 2570 miles travelled, the lead on the previous record rises to 741 miles..
Giovanni SoldiniI and the Maserati Multi 70 team Ready to conquer the Hong Kong-London sailing record
Everything is ready on board of Maserati Multi 70, currently moored in Hong Kong waiting to leave for London to challenge the record set by the World Sailing Speed Record Council, the international association that certifies the best sailing times on different routes of more than 13,000 nautical miles, half way around the world trip
Alfa Romeo is leading the on-shore action at this week’s 2017 J/70 European Championship as car sponsor of the event for the very first time...