The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has clarified its position on the Special General Meeting (SGM) requested by a member, Mr Jim Farmer, regards the defence of the America’s Cup in New Zealand.
American Magic, the USA Challenger for the 36th America’s Cup and a prospective Challenger for the 37th, welcomed the AC37 Protocol and updated AC75 Class Rule
It was not expected that anything earth shattering was likely to be rolled out with latest update to The Protocol of the 37th America’s Cup by the Defender and the Challenger of Record.
The America’s Cup Defender Emirates Team New Zealand and The Challenger of Record INEOS Britannia have agreed the Protocol for the 37th America’s Cup
In a surprise move, Team New Zealand have signed the Australian helm Nathan Outteridge for the next America’s Cup . . . AC37.
The New York Yacht Club appear to have had enough of the ‘will they won’t they’ manouvers by Emirates Team New Zealand as they search for a venue for the 37th America’s Cup
INEOS Britannia announce their core team to challenge for 37th America’s Cup
No time to spare for the revamped INEOS Britannia America’s Cup team.
Competing in a Variety of Wind Conditions, New Zealand and Columbia Emerge as 2021 12 Metre North American Champions
September 26 is an iconic day in America’s Cup history . . . on this day in 1983 Australia II won the America’s Cup off Newport, Rhode Island.
Emirates Team New Zealand and the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron are to cease all correspondence and any dealings with Mr Mark Dunphy and his associate Dr Hamish Ross, citing conflicted actions that they have refused to come clean on
The 37th America’s Cup is firmly in its inter-event stage. Traditionally this was where the great and the good of the AC world gathered in smoke-filled clubhouses to wrangle over who got to throw a fraction of their billions at the next America’s Cup.