Maserati Multi70 is currently in Hawaii, in the Honolulu base. There is also our workshop container equipped with everything the Shore Team needs in case of interventions on the boat, also major ones.
Giovanni Soldini and his crew crossed the finish line at Diamond Head off Honolulu at 11.18 and 55 seconds Italian time today, July 11 (23.18 and 55 seconds July 10 in Hawaii) – four days, 12 hours, 48 minutes and 55 seconds after leaving Los Angeles on Thursday July 6.
MaseratiMulti70 is on final approach to the finish of the Transpac Race in Hawaii and is expected to cross the line off Diamond Head, Honolulu around 10.00 Italian time today, July 11 (22.00 July 10 in Hawaii).
The seven-man crew of the Italian ocean going flying multihull, MaseratiMulti70, led by Giovanni Soldini, has closed the gap significantly on the two leading multihulls in the Transpac Race – Phaedo3 and Mighty Merloe – despite being handicapped by breaking a rudder yesterday.
The crew of the MaseratiMulti70 ocean going flying trimaran are digging deep into their energy reserves as they continue to hurtle across the Pacific towards Hawaii in the Transpac Race.
MaseratiMulti70, the Italian high performance offshore flying multihull yacht skippered by Giovanni Soldini, has broken one of its rudders in a high-speed collision with an unidentified floating object, while in second place in the Transpac Race from Los Angeles to Hawaii.
Out on the Pacific, midway between Los Angeles and Honolulu, the Italian boat is engaged in a three-way ocean dog fight for supremacy against two non-foiling American trimarans – Mighty Merloe and Phaedo3.
Lighter winds caused by a high-pressure weather system on the northern side of the “rhumb line” (the shortest direct route between Los Angeles and Hawaii) have slowed the progress of MaseratiMulti70 and the two American trimarans – Mighty Merloe and Phaedo3 – as the multihull trio scrap it out for the Transpac Race line honours lead.
There has been no let-up in the relentless pace being set by Giovanni Soldini and his crew aboard the Italian offshore foiling trimaran MaseratiMulti70 on the way from Los Angeles to Honolulu in the 2017 Transpac Race.
The Italian trimaran MaseratiMulti70 continues to lead the multihull division and has moved into overall line honours first place at the head of the 55-boat Transpac fleet racing from California to Hawaii.