Americas Cup

American Magic first sail in New Zealand

The New York Yacht Club’s America’s Cup team, American Magic took to Waitemata Harbour on Monday

America’s Cup – Stars and Stripes bid to takeover first ETNZ boat !

It is reported by Sailing Illustrated that Stars+Stripes Team NZL has lodged a request with the America’s Cup Arbitration Panel for permssion to use the first ETNZ AC75 boat in the 36th America’s Cup

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston takes first foiling flight on Britannia

Sir Ben Ainslie and the INEOS Team UK sailors took Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, the first person to sail single-handed non-stop around the world, for his first foiling sail

America’s Cup – Defiant back in the water in Auckland

The New York Yacht Club’s first America’s Cup AC75, Defiant, was craned into Waitemata Harbour, Auckland, on Friday

PRADA Cup Challenger Selection Series NOR published

The race conditions of the PRADA Cup, the Challengers Selection Series to be held in January and February 2021 in Auckland, have now been published

Britannia – The Solent Sessions

The Ineos Team UK AC75, Britannia, has been putting in long, fast days on home waters this week

INEOS Team UK Lead Systems Engineer Andy ‘Animal’ McLean

Meet Ineos team UK Lead Systems Engineer Andrew – Animal – McLean . . . both a highly experienced inshore and offshore racer as well as a qualified mechanical engineer

America’s Cup – The perfect way to end the week . . .

While the America’s Cup injunction sits in the court for a week, which should calm things down nicely, ETNZ continue to clock up the miles on the Waitemata courses

America’s Cup – ETNZ return to High Court

New Zealand America’s Cup Team, ETNZ, returned to the High Court in Auckland on Monday in their battle to prevent a draft audit report on finances for the AC36 event being made public

America’s Cup event managers . . . ‘informants’ or ‘whistleblowers’

As the America’s Cup farrago takes a breather before the injunction court hearing on Monday, the two contractors dismissed by Team New Zealand as informants were widely named