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Il trimarano Maserati Multi 70 di Giovanni Soldini

Maserati Multi70:
2018 Challenge

Photo courtesy of Pitsfoto

Maserati Multi70 trimaran

21.2 metres in length and 16.8 in the beam, the Maserati Multi70 is as glistening and grand as the seas it will brave. Innovative, stunning and blindingly fast, the Multi70 is primed for new ocean challenges.

Soldini’s crew will use both races to help them develop the Maserati Multi70 trimaran to its full potential as an offshore foiling raceboat.
However, the boat will remain in ‘development mode’ for the first event with a conventional MOD70 foil on the right-hand side and a custom foiling daggerboard on the left. It is planned for the second foiling daggerboard to be fitted in time for the Transpac.

Stretching 21.2 metres in length and 16.8 in the beam, Maserati Multi70 sports a 29-metre rotating wing mast and displaces 6.3 tons. She also rises up out of the water on her foils and rudders with an unprecedented degree of stability. This reduces her wetted surface area which in turn boosts performance.

Designed by Van Peteghem Lauriot-Prévost (VPLP) and a former member of the Team Gitana racing stable, Maserati Multi70 has been optimised by French designer Guillaume Verdier for the new challenges that lie in store.


Length overall: 21.2 m
Draft: 4.5 m
Height above waterline: 29 m
Upwind sail area: 210 m²
Beam overall: 16.8 m
Mask Rake: 
Light displacement: 6.3 t
Downwind sail area: 409 m²

Maserati Multi70 - 2018


Giovanni Soldini - Skipper Maserati Multi 70
Giovanni Soldini

Maserati Multi70 Skipper

Born in Milan on May 16 1966, Giovanni has been sailing since he was a small boy.
He has over 25 years of ocean racing to his credit, including two single-handed round the worlds (he won the Around Alone in 1999 and made history by also rescuing Isabelle Autissier, and finished second overall in the 1995 BOC Challenge), six Québec-Saint Malos (one victory in the monohull category), six Ostars (two victories in the 50’ and 40’ classes), three Transat Jacques Vabres (one victory in the 40’ class) and over 40 ocean crossings.
Soldini also set a slew of records aboard the VOR70 Maserati, not least on the Cadiz-San Salvador route(2012) and the New York-San Francisco Gold Route (13,225 miles in 47 days, 42’and 29”).
He established the new time to beat too on the San Francisco-Shanghai Tea Clipper Route (3,300 miles in 21 days, 19 hours, 32’ and 54”).
In 2016, after an intense three years aboard Maserati VOR70, Soldini and his team embarked on a new adventure with Maserati Multi70, marking a return for the Milanese yachtsman to multihull sailing (he had previously competed in crew races with the 60’ trimaran Tim).

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Guido Broggi - Equipaggio Maserati Multi70

Guido Broggi

Alex Pella - Equipaggio Maserati Multi70

Alex Pella

Oliver Herrera - Equipaggio Maserati Multi70

Oliver Herrera

Sébastien Audigane - Equipaggio Maserati Multi70

Sébastien Audigane



Vista frontale del trimarano Maserati Multi 70

The Hong Kong-London route

When: January, 18th 2018
Distance: 13,000 miles
Route: starts from Hong Kong and finishes in London


Stagione 2017: Maserati Multi 70 al RORC Caribbean 600 Race
RORC Caribbean 600

When: February, 20th 2017
Distance: 600 nautical miles
Route: starts and finishes in Antigua

Stagione 2017: Maserati Multi 70 al Transpacific Yacht Race
Transpacific Yacht Race

When: July, 6th 2017
Distance: 2,225 nautical miles
Route: starts from Los Angeles and finishes at Honolulu


Rolex Middle Sea Race

When: October, 22nd 2016
Distance: 608 nautical miles
Route: starts and finishes in Malta

RORC Transatlantic Race

When: November, 26th 2016
Distance: 3,000 nautical miles
Route: starts from Lanzarote and finishes at Grenada

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