• The Multi's Set The Pace



    Maserati Multi 70 and Giovanni Soldini crossed the finish line of the RORC Caribbean 600 in third place

    The Italian Team finished the race with an elapsed time of 1 day, 23 hours, 40 minutes and 21 seconds


    At 11.10 21” local time (15.10 UTC, 16.10 Italian time) on Wednesday February 26th, Maserati Multi 70 crossed the finish line of the RORC Caribbean 600, off Fort Charlotte, Antigua. Giovanni Soldini and his crew finished the race with an elapsed time of 1 day, 23 hours, 40 minutes and 21 seconds. The Italian Team arrived third in elapsed time: Peter Cunningham’s PowerPlay, crossed the finish line at 9.21 34” local time (13.21 UTC, 14.21 Italian time), with an elapsed time of 1 day, 21 hours, 51 minutes and 34 seconds, followed by the American Argo, skippered by Jason Carroll, at 9.25 40” local time (13.25 UTC, 14.25 Italian time), with an elapsed time of 1 day, 21 hours, 55 minutes and 40 seconds.

    Aboard Maserati Multi 70, Giovanni Soldini sailed with 6 skilled sailors: the Italians Guido Broggi (mainsail trimmer), Nico Malingri and Matteo Soldini (both grinders and trimmers), the Spanish Carlos Hernandez Robayna (trimmer) and Oliver Herrera Perez (bowman), and the French Ronan Cointo (tactician).

    Maserati Multi 70 and the other 7 multihulls participating in the race set sail for the 12th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600 from Fort Charlotte, Antigua, at 11.30 local time (15.30 UTC, 16.30 Italian time) on Monday February 24th.

    Still racing are three more trimarans and two catamarans: first among them the 80’ Ultim’Emotion 2, followed by the 63’ Shockwave, the 78’ Allegra, the 53’ Fujin and by the 60’ Ineffable.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Hurry Up And Park Then Restart In Caribbean 600 started by Photoboy View original post