America’s Cup – Britannia on Film

This latest Americas Cup video from Justin Mitchell in New Zealand is just the thing for anyone stuck here in the UK, being battered by force 8 gales, and pouring rain.

Britannia RB2 takes first flight in Auckland

On Friday 23 October, BRITANNIA, Ineos Team UK’s new AC75 race boat for the 36th America’s Cup, took flight on her first sail out of the Waitematā Harbour

Emirates Team New Zealand Cry Foul

Emirates Team New Zealand are outraged over the America’s Cup Arbitration Panel decision to cancel use of the inner harbour stadium race courses

Launch of Luna Rossa #2 in Auckland

A fairly low-key roll-out and launch of the second Luna Rossa AC75 at their America’s Cup base in Auckland, New Zealand  on Tuesday

Luna Rossa next to Launch new boat in Auckland

The next America’s Cup team to launch their second boat will be the Italian America’s Cup Challenger, Luna Rossa

Ainslie confident Britannia will sail like a rocket

With their second AC75 boat launched the Ineos Team UK challenge for the 36th America’s Cup moves a step closer

INEOS Team UK launch extreme second AC75 in Auckland

INEOS Team UK have named and launched their second AC75 race boat for the 36th America’s Cup, ‘Britannia’ in Auckland

American Magic launch Patriot in Auckland

American Magic officially launched their second AC75 America’s Cup boat, Patriot, in Auckland on Friday 16 October

American Magic and how the AC75 Flies

The plane is similar to a sailboat . . . American Magic’s Cooper Dressler explains why the AC75 is a little bit of both

Ainslie and late nights, getting the job done!

Ben Ainslie and the Ineos Team UK are hard at work to complete the fit-out of  RB2, their second America’s Cup AC75 and get the boat launched ASAP

Second capsize for Emirates Team New Zealand

Emirates Team New Zealand are reported to have capsized their AC75 while sailing in strong winds early Saturday morning

Ainslie, Scott and Simmer – We’ve got our work cut out

Sky Sports visited UK HQ in Portsmouth, UK, before the big move to New Zealand to get the low-down from Ben Ainslie, Giles Scott and Grant Simmer