Last night, between 4.00 and 5.00 UTC, Maserati Multi 70 tacked West, crossing paths with PowerPlay, who is continuing towards South, at less than a mile and a half of distance.
Finally on starboard tack, with the T-shaped rudder in the water, but the sea is too rough and the trimaran can’t fly.
Soldini tells from aboard: “We’re drenched: the water we embarked with the damaged tube soaked through all our clothes and sleeping bags, but apart from that everything is good!”
According to the tracking, at 08.0 UTC Maserati Multi 70 is 1981.0 miles from the arrival and is sailing at 23.5 knots of speed. Its English rival still has 1984.4 miles to go and is sailing towards South at 20.8 knots of speed.