Emirates Team New Zealand’s prototype hydrogen foiling chase boat is in the final stages of a complex fit out prior to launch in March.
The 37th America’s Cup Protocol revealed that the AC75 will continue for a second generation with an emphasis on evolution rather than revolution. Here Giles Scott highlights the major changes . . .
he Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron formally accepted the New York Yacht Club American Magic’s challenge for the 37th America’s Cup to be held in 2024 – the third additional challenge accepted for AC37.
The first AC40 is expected to be ready to be shipped from McConaghy Boats China facility in July of this year to the Emirates Team New Zealand base in Auckland for its on water commissioning in August 2022
A brilliant revealing view of Ben Ainslie the British Olympic hero who ruled the supreme single-handed class over four Olympics.
Martin Fischer’s role with INEOS Britannia is that of Chief Designer fo the next America’s Cup . . . and he pulls no punches in his comments on the previous INEOS AC75 design
James Allison has spent 30 years in the world of Formula 1, now for the first time in his career, he faces a challenge outside of the world of motorsport
While Cork, Ireland, has been making all the running with their pitch to host the 37th America’s Cup, Malaga in Spain has apparently also been testing the waters
American Magic has confirmed that it intends to compete in the 37th America’s Cup (AC37) and represent the New York Yacht Club (NYYC).
Rumours swirl that British Olympic Gold medalist, Paul Goodison will be will be named as skipper/helmsman of American Magic when they announce their entry for the next Ameica’s Cup
The Herreshoff Marine Museum in Bristol, Rhode Island, USA, recently posted a number of prints from photo albums of the Herreshoff family
The recent J Class AGM signalled an upturn in interest and intention to develop a two to three year racing programme.