The New York Yacht Club has submitted a Challenge for the 37th America’s Cup to the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron in Auckland, New Zealand, along with an Evolutionary Draft Protocol.
Matt Sheahan matches rumour to fact to assess what might happen next for the America’s Cup and whether the trophy that started life in the Solent 170 years ago really could be run in the UK next time around – Video here
A frank look-back at the 36th America’s Cup by the broadcast team of Ken Read, Shirley Robertson, and Nathan Outteridge.
Before unraveling what the next America’s Cup will be like, it is essential to understand why Te Rehutai was the fastest, and here Chevalier Taglang discusses the advantages, in yacht designing terms, of the Kiwi second AC75
Bruno Trouble, consultant to Prada during the 36th America’s Cup, former helmsman for Baron Bich and organizer of the Louis Vuitton Cup has described a Cowes based Cup challenge as . . . a bit of a joke
Go behind the scenes as we look back at the key moments of the INEOS Team UK 36th Americas Cup campaign.
INEOS Team UK are the Challenger of Record for AC37 and rumours are rife of them and the Defender ETNZ, holding an America’s Cup in the UK next year with no other challengers
INEOS Team UK and Royal Yacht Squadron Racing have confirmed that the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, on behalf of the Defender Emirates Team New Zealand, accepted their Notice of Challenge for the 37th America’s Cup (AC37) and have become the Challenger of Record for AC37
The New Zealand Herald has reported that a challenge for the 37th America’s Cup has already been issued and accepted.
As they started race 10 on Wednesday 17 March, Emirates Team New Zealand needed one more race win for victory over Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli to claim the 36th edition of the America’s Cup. 26 minutes and 6 seconds later on Wednesday 17 March 2021 the Kiwi team sailed to a 46 second race win
It will be back to Course A for America’s Cup races 10 and 11 on Wednesday’s in Auckland
Emirates Team New Zealand moved to within 1 point of retaining the America’s Cup with a win in race 9, before Race Officer Iain Murray abandoned racing for the day in Auckland