Emirates Team New Zealand cut-short their foil testing Wednesday with what appeared to be more problems with new port wing.
ETNZ have just launched their final test foil twice . . . At least according to media reports. Tom Morris of Mozzy Sails explains the confusion
Just five days after revealing a new starboard foil, Emirates Team New Zealand were back at it again, with another new foil wing, this time on the port side, was released
In seven months, America’s Cup racing will begin for real in Barcelona – with the start of racing for the new AC75 boats in the Preliminary Regatta on 22 August.
When Emirates Team New Zealand capsize an AC40 in LEQ12 mode, the analysis and the spotlight is intense.
It’s official, the speed of 222.43km/h (138.21mph) achieved by ETNZ and Glenn Ashby in Horonuku as been officially ratified.
Emirates Team New Zealand made a quick return to Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf today on their newly repaired LEQ12.
Emirates Team New Zealand and Land speed pilot Glenn Ashby have sailed ‘Horonuku’, their wind powered land speed world record craft, faster than any previous records.
Emirates Team New Zealand have suffered damage to the bow of their converted AC40 after an early start testing on Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf in some top end conditions.
Emirates Team New Zealand revealed the first phase of its design development process with the sailing team thoroughly testing a new port foil out on Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf.
Latest reports from the AC37 Joint Reconnaissance Programme – Highlights include reports on the Alinghi Red Bull Racing raising their boomless mainsail system, and Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli with a stunning blast out in their super-refined LEQ12 plus a quick dip