The 34-year-old sailor crossed a digital end line drawn between the island of Ushant off France’s northwest tip and Lizard Level in southwest England at 0145 GMT, comfortably beating the earlier report set by compatriot Thomas Coville final yr by six days and 10 hours.
The race time was introduced by an observer from the World Crusing Pace Council however can be topic to checks of the boat’s black field and its GPS information earlier than closing affirmation.
Father-of-two Gabart turns into simply the fourth title-holder for a world report of crusing the globe solo with out stopping.
Because the report was first set in 2004, almost 30 days have been shaved off.
The debut report holder was Frenchman Francis Joyon who accomplished the odyssey in 72 days and 22 hours.
British feminine sailor Ellen MacArthur took to the seas a yr later, racing in opposition to the clock to interrupt that report by only a day and a half (71 days, 14 hours).
She remained undefeated till 2016 when Coville set a brand new report of 49 days and three hours which many predicted can be troublesome to topple.
Gabart’s 30 metre (98 foot) lengthy new technology maxi-trimaran was helped by good climate all through a lot of the voyage, significantly through the lengthy and arduous Pacific part.
He set plenty of new solo race information alongside the way in which, together with the quickest navigation of the Pacific (7 days, 15 hours, 15 minutes) and the longest distance coated in 24 hours (851 miles or 1,576 kilometres).
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