American Magic, The US challenger for the 36th America’s Cup, is moving ahead with performance development work in preparation for a challenge for the 37th edition of the America’s Cup
Italy’s Luna Rossa took a strong position on the first day of the Prada Cup Semi-Final, winning both races against American Magic.
The NYYC American Magic team launched their rebuilt AC75 on time and ready for the Prada Cup semifinal series starting Friday 29 January
The American Magic team are working 24 hours a day to get Patriot, their AC75, ready for the Prada Cup Semifinals, which start on Friday 29 January. While Ineos and Luna Rossa will race this weekend
Ineos Team UK were out on Waitemata Harbour again for an all action day, obviously enjoying the stronger wind strength
Day 1 of the America’s Cup World Series Auckland finally provided some real racing for the AC75 class
Now that we have the four, second generation of AC75 America’s Cup boats together on the waters of the Hauraki Gulf, a new round of who-has-got-it-right can commence
American Magic, the U.S. Challenger, are confident in the trajectory that they’re on . . . Bold decision-making on the design and production sides, buttressed by aggressive training on the water – See Video here
The image crop below highlights the very different hull shape that American Magic have for their second AC75, Patriot.
Official video of the second AC75 boats sailing now starting to be released and this is a great one from American Magic.
On the evening of October 16th, American Magic completed its first sailing session onboard the newly-launched AC75 PATRIOT in Auckland’s Waitematā Harbor