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Show news Holes exposed in Minister's Am Cup Plans
With one plan in Resource Consent process, Todd Niall looks at the options for the other two
Posted on 20 Feb
Time running out fast for new Am Cup base options
Little room for manoevre in new America's Cup Base Proposals
Posted on 20 Feb
Questions raised in NZ Parliament over Cup bases
Does he want to be the Minister who lost the hosting rights to the America's Cup?
Posted on 15 Feb
Skipper Ashby confirms return for Cup Defence
Team New Zealand have locked in a key figure for their 2021 America's Cup defence.
Posted on 15 Feb
Am Cup Champions sidelined by base announcement
New Hybrid Plan puts more Bases into fuel storage and hazardous substance zone
Posted on 14 Feb
Emirates Team NZ respond to supreme Award win
America's Cup victory in Bermuda is recognised with two Award wins
Posted on 8 Feb
America's Cup Champions score two more wins
America's Cup champions Emirates Team NZ have been awarded NZ's Supreme sporting Award
Posted on 8 Feb
Max Sirena on building the Italian Am Cup team
Max Sirena is doing all he can to win the America's Cup for Italy, after 20 years' trying
Posted on 7 Feb
Am Cup bases border hazardous substances sites
Images from Wynyard Point hazardous substances sites bordering proposed Am Cup bases
Posted on 31 Jan
Serious flaws emerge in NZ Govt's alt-Base plan
Clock ticking on NZ Govt's determined bid to find an Am Cup base alternative
Posted on 30 Jan
Auckland up for significant remediation cost
David Parker speaks with RNZ's Todd Niall, on the status of his Cup base option
Posted on 24 Jan
Vasco Vascotto joins Luna Rossa for TP52's
America's Cup: Luna Rossa sign top tactician for TP52 Super Series
Posted on 23 Jan
World Sailing asks three sailors' views on AC75
Two Olympic Gold medalists and a top match racer give their thoughts on the AC75
Posted on 23 Jan
Minister running own course on America's Cup bases
Wynyard Point rectification cost $50million says Supreme Court decision
Posted on 22 Jan
America's Cup base development plans lodged
The Planning permissions for the 2021 America's Cup bases have been lodged
Posted on 18 Jan
America's Cup Champion recognised by world media
Emirates Team NZ has been nominated for the Laureus Team of the Year
Posted on 16 Jan
Am Cup: Dennis Conner on the Cup latest and WOXI
Four times America's Cup winner Dennis Conner discusses the WOXI Sydmey Hobart incident
Posted on 14 Jan
America's Cup 2017: Bermuda's AC35 playbook
Nine videos showing Bermuda's playbook for the 35th America's Cup
Posted on 6 Jan
America's Cup: New AC50 circuit gets more airplay
America's Cup: Rival AC50 circuit re-surfaced this week as teams are named
Posted on 5 Jan
Am Cup: Simmer on the AC75 sailing physics
One of the great minds of Sailing explains the new design's physics
Posted on 31 Dec 2017
Am Cup: Emirates Team NZ's Year of Redemption
2017 was the Year of Redemption for Emirates Team NZ
Posted on 31 Dec 2017
America's Cup entry open in five days
Cheap talk stops, $1million initial entry fee due
Posted on 27 Dec 2017
Grant Simmer - Fifty days, first impressions
Grant Simmer, four times winner of the America's Cup reflects on his first 50 days with the Brits
Posted on 22 Dec 2017
Am Cup - Developer to proceed to meet Cup deadline
Panuku Developments will proceed to meet a mid-January Consent deadline
Posted on 22 Dec 2017
Am Cup - A look back at 2017 - Team NZ + Video
Emirates Team NZ - "It began with belief, and ended with redemption. "
Posted on 21 Dec 2017
Am Cup: Dalton refutes AC75 cost claims
Some commentators have criticised the new boat as being too complex and too expensive
Posted on 19 Dec 2017
Team New Zealand stake claim on America's Cup base
Emirates Team New Zealand stake claim on America's Cup base
Posted on 19 Dec 2017
Am Cup - Dalton confirms TV will be free to air
Am Cup - Dalton confirms TV will be free to air
Posted on 14 Dec 2017
Tryanny of time forces decision on America's Cup
Tryanny of time forces Auckland's decision on America's Cup
Posted on 14 Dec 2017
Superyacht revenue hinges on Cup base decision
Superyacht servicing revenue hinges on Am Cup base decision
Posted on 13 Dec 2017
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Land Rover BAR had three boat sheds and a management and corporate hospitality area in Bermuda.
© Richard Gladwell
Land Rover BAR had three boat sheds and a management and corporate hospitality area in Bermuda.
© Richard Gladwell
Radio NZ's Todd Niall intreviews Artemis racing skipper Iain Percy (GBR/SWE)
© Scott Stallard
Entrance to the America's Cup Village in Bermuda
© Scott Stallard
Emirates Team NZ had to fight hard to win the America's Cup for NZ
© Scott Stallard
America's Cup Village in Bermuda - a project that took three years to complete
© Scott Stallard
America's Cup base construction, Bermuda
© Scott Stallard
America's Cup base construction, Bermuda
© Scott Stallard
America's Cup base construction, Bermuda
© Scott Stallard
Additional Superyacht servicing will be one of the legacies if the 36th America's Cup is held in Auckland
© Richard Gladwell
America's Cup Village and VIP area - Bermuda
© Richard Gladwell
Fan appreciate being able to get close to their teams - a feature that must be incorporated into America's Cup base planning
© Richard Gladwell
Fans queue up to go through airport style security checks in Valencia - the minimum standard for security at an America's Cup.
© Todd Niall
Buildings can be made to look very attractive and add to the colour of an America's Cup - Valencia 2007
© Todd Niall
Emirates Team NZ running what would be called a `double base` in Auckland planning parlance
© Todd Niall
fans pack out the America's Cup Village and ETNZ base area in Bermuda
© Richard Gladwell
The America's Cup Village backed into the Emirates Team NZ base in Bermuda
© Richard Gladwell
Land Rover BAR have a `double base` in Bermuda with a large corporate area (all pre-frabricated). The British team are expected to be one of the worst affected if the "Hybrid" proposal goes ahead
© Richard Gladwell
America's Cup Village and VIP area - Bermuda
© Richard Gladwell
VIP activities are a vital part of the America's Cup and are conducted from the team bases
© Richard Gladwell
Dr Jonathan Coleman, then Minister of Sport with the Prime Minister, Bill English at the America's Cup Victory Parade in Auckland, July 2017
© Richard Gladwell
Front page of the New Zealamd Herald, January 22, 2018 - a week after the Resource Consents had been lodged by Panuku Developments on an expedited Hearing process
© NZ Herald
Auckland Mayor and former Labour Cabinet Minister, Phil Goff flanked by ETNZ Board Chairman, Sir Stephen Tindall at the Auckland City America's Cup Victory Parade
© Richard Gladwell
Emirates Team NZ makes the front page of the NZ Herald for its stand over the America's Cup bases
© NZ Herald
Auckland Council and MBIE's Hybrid Plan for AC36 - increasing the number of bases on Wynyard Point from three to five. Another feature is the road which is left running through the bases for the operational fuel and hazardous substances storage facility
© Auckland Council/MBIE
The new plan from Emirates Team NZ showing all bases located on the Halsey Street extension - with bases reduced from eight to seven
© Emirates Team New Zealand
Emirates Team New Zealand crosses the finish line in Bermuda in Race 9 to win the 35th Match for the America's Cup 8-1
© Richard Gladwell
A new era begins - 35th America's Cup, June 26, 2017, Bermuda
© Richard Gladwell
Jubilation and relief from the families - 35th America's Cup, June 26, 2017, Bermuda
© Richard Gladwell
Emirates Team New Zealand about to uplift the trophy - there was no presentation/handover by the previous holder - 35th America's Cup, June 26, 2017, Bermuda
© Richard Gladwell