Ryan Breymaier Maserati's blog
We are entering into the last few days onboard Maserati, and just as at Cape Horn, we are going to make this milestone sailing upwind.
We are sailing in a very strange version of the tradewinds on board Maserati.
We are sailing under a cloudy sky, with rain, but it is not the usual doldrums crossing on Maserati..
This afternoon we crossed the Equator with very little fanfare, now that everyone on board is on at least their second Equator crossing, there are no ceremonies to be created…..
Onboard Maserati, we are straight line sailing, VMG downwind, making easy miles towards the Equator.
Not much to tell onboard Maserati. We are in a field of easterly winds about 2000 miles across from north to south.
We have entered a long period of straight line sailing on Maserati. Yesterday morning we made what has turned out to be our final gybe to the north.
On Maserati we have caught a lucky break with the weather in the last 18 hours.
Today is going to be a day of threading the needle on Maserati.
On board Maserati we have already left the Southern Ocean.