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Show news America's Cup: Head to Head on Sailing Illustrated
Richard Gladwell appeared on Sailing Illustrated's twice weekly live video show, with host Tom Ehman
Posted today at 12:38 am
America's Cup: AC75 Skiffs vs Scows - who's right?
The four AC75's yachts now launched fall into one of two categories - the Skiffs and Scows.
Posted on 18 Oct
America's Cup: INEOS Team UK foiling images
INEOS Team UK have released a video which has some brief sequences of their first AC75 shown foiling
Posted on 17 Oct
130 superyachts register for America's Cup events
Overflow arrangements being put in place as more details released of regattas and events
Posted on 17 Oct
America's Cup: Four AC75's compared
After 18 months of heavy secrecy shrouding anything to do with the AC75s the wraps are now off
Posted on 12 Oct
America's Cup: Emirates Team turns in a good run
After the first testing day since blowing the tack on her Code Zero, Te Aihe finished in a flourish
Posted on 12 Oct
America's Cup deal done despite World Sailing CEO
Cup organisers settle directly with World Sailing Board after political wrangle with CEO
Posted on 10 Oct
Stars + Stripes USA sign video deal with studio
Cup Challenger signs up with Condé Nast Entertainment to produce documentary
Posted on 8 Oct
America's Cup: Code Zero shown for the first time
Emirates Team Team New Zealand had fore-shortened training session on the Hauraki Gulf this morning
Posted on 8 Oct
America's Cup: Off-camera action at Italian launch
La Stampa's Fabio Pozzo backgrounds the Luna Rossa AC75 launch and the off-camera action
Posted on 6 Oct
America's Cup: Bertelli still critical of AC75
Luna Rossa's Patrizio Bertelli: "We could have had more teams with a less aggressive boat."
Posted on 5 Oct
America's Cup: Analysis of INEOS Team UK AC75
Photographer Shaun Roster captured these images of the AC75 launch in Portsmouth
Posted on 4 Oct
America's Cup: Update for October 2, 2019
Sail-World's NZ Editor, Richard Gladwell and SailingIllustrated.com's Tom Ehman compare notes
Posted on 3 Oct
Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team launch their AC75
Play spot the difference with the hull shape
Posted on 2 Oct
America's Cup: Luna Rossa launch first AC75
The Challenger of Record for the 36th America's Cup, Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli has launched their fir
Posted on 2 Oct
America's Cup: Bases are a trigger for restoration
Almost a century of environmental abuse and contamination is being rectified to create AC team bases
Posted on 30 Sep
America's Cup: Moving on from The Mule
Of the three Challengers who launched prototypes American Magic probably got the most benefit
Posted on 30 Sep
America's Cup history created 36 years ago
Video marking September 26 1983, the "birthday" of the contemporary America's Cup
Posted on 28 Sep
America's Cup: Two launchings, two designs
America's Cup fans were not disappointed by the launching of the first two AC75's in early September
Posted on 27 Sep
Southern Spars breakfast returns to Monaco Show
Southern Spars famous breakfast event returned today during the Monaco Yacht Show
Posted on 26 Sep
America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ sails in 18-25kts
The new America's Cup class answered many questions as to how the type would handle fresh breezes
Posted on 23 Sep
America's Cup: ETNZ's AC75 first flight - Video
"It was very short, but we get a view of the future", reflected CEO Grant Dalton, after the sail.
Posted on 20 Sep
America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ close up - Day 3
Emirates Team New Zealand were unable to sail their AC75 on its third day on the water after launchi
Posted on 19 Sep
America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ first sail + video
America's Cup Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand became the second team to sail, and foil an AC75
Posted on 18 Sep
America's Cup: Two very different AC75's launched
The two AC75's launched to date have little in common other than they are 75ft long
Posted on 15 Sep
America's Cup: AC75 American Magic revealed
More images and new video of the second AC75 to be launched and first to sail, NYYC American Magic
Posted on 14 Sep
America's Cup: New partner for American magic
Designer of precision measurement instruments and solutions joins American Magic
Posted on 13 Sep
America's Cup: NZ Crane Hire lifts the AC75
NZ Crane Hire will have a crane based permanently at the ETNZ base from now until the end of the Cup
Posted on 12 Sep
America's Cup: Race within a Race is well underway
"The race within the race for the America's Cup is well and truly under way"
Posted on 12 Sep
America's Cup: ETNZ hoist AC75 sails
America's Cup Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand continued their "softly, softly" work up
Posted on 11 Sep
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INEOS Team UK pose with their AC75 in Portsmouth - October 2019
© Harry KH / INEOS Team UK
Racing on the final day of the 2009 Louis Vuitton Pacific Series on Course C for the 2021 America's Cup
© Richard Gladwell
Luna Rossa - base B complete - America's Cup base construction update - October 2019
© Wynyard Edge Alliance
Over of site - Luna Rossa Base B in centre right foreground, ETNZ Base A in centre, Bases C,D,E alongside tanks Wynyard Wharf - America's Cup base construction update - October 2019
© Wynyard Edge Alliance
Status update - America's Cup base construction update - October 2019
© Wynyard Edge Alliance
Storm water Outfall work in progress - Wynyard Wharf - America's Cup base construction update - October 2019
© Wynyard Edge Alliance
Daldy Street Stormwater outlet is being upgraded - America's Cup base construction update - October 2019
© Wynyard Edge Alliance
November 2019 worklist - America's Cup base construction update - October 2019
© Wynyard Edge Alliance
From left, Bases E, D and C on Wynyard Point side. Bridges will be constructed to enable AC75's to cross to the Wynyard Wharf side for launching - America's Cup base construction update - October 2019
© Wynyard Edge Alliance
Earlier version of the Project Plan stage for October 2019
© Wynyard Edge Alliance
Classic Yachts at the National Maritime Museum, with a half-hull of Steinlager 2, and NZL 32 in the glass enclosure at the end of Hobson Wharf - Luna Rossa base is behind
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Start of piling and breakwater off the Halsey Street extension alongside the Emirates team NZ base
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
J class racing in the opening day of the 35th America's Cup in Bermuda
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Luna Rossa base in the right foreground with Emirates Team NZ in the centre and Bases C, D and E in the background
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Part of the new Daldy Street outfall that will run alongside the Bases C, D and E on Wynyard Wharf
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Luna Rossa base pad is complete
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Eight wave breaks have been installed in and around the America's Cup bases - Luna Rossa base
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Four AC75s are launched - October 2019
© Crosbie Lorimer
And when whales work out how to foil ....
© Bow Caddy Media
A direct approach to the NZ Government was always going to backfire given the support to the team from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern who declared herself to be a fan, at the Emirates Team New Zealand launch on September 6
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
A lack of acknowledgement by World Sailing of the four AC75 launchings were one indication that special event negotiations were stalled.
© Emirates Team New Zealand
The second tranche of storage tanks come out of Wynyard Point to make way for further America's Cup base and activity areas - September 22, 2019
© Richard Gladwell
The Mule capsized - yet to be seen in the AC75's
© Amory Ross
The Mule with her wings off and ready for the cradle - American Magic
© Amory Ross
Driving Miss Daisy? American Magic's The Mule looks a very comfortable ride
© Amory Ross
A big foretriangleis required for the Code Zero on an AC75 - American Magic
© Amory Ross
The high apparent wind speed of the AC75 and protypes are tough on the crew - American Magic
© Amory Ross
Windward wing - touchdown - American Magic
© Amory Ross
Foil configuration - American Magic
© Amory Ross
American Magic's prototype - The Mule was notable for sailing at high speed in relatively light winds
© Amory Ross