A week after being lifted out of the water for a complete check at the Cantiere Picchiotti in La Spezia, Maserati Multi70 has been completely dismantled from her appendages all the way up to her mast so that every single component can be meticulously checked by her Team. This scheduled maintenance comes after a summer of intensive sea trialling and, of course, optimisation, the latter particularly focused on the appendages (foils, rudders, centreboard). In the spirit of ongoing experimentation, the Team is now working hard on readying the second flying foil and making modifications to the foil system to deliver better control. They are doing likewise with the sail plan. The overall aim is, naturally, to boost Maserati Multi70’s performance still further. The team is also lightening the boat which it is estimated will leave the yard on October 10. A short period of sea trials will then begin off La Spezia before she sets a course for Malta for her Rolex Middle Sea Race debut on October 22.