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Show news Emirates Team NZ off to Oz chasing speed record
Emirates Team New Zealand next challenge will be ashore, and conducted in Australia.
Posted today at 2:28 am
Project Speed - Glenn's Diary - Week 1 - 75kts
Out of the box Horonuku has worked extremely well hitting speeds in excess of 140kph.
Posted on 24 May
America's Cup: Grant Dalton uncut
Emirates Team NZ's Grant Dalton levels with The Platform's Martin Devlin in a very honest interview
Posted on 20 May
Cup Critiqued: Moving to the Med - but when?
As we saw in the last America's Cup, base and venue setup decisions can have unintended consequences
Posted on 20 May
ETNZ unveils their weapon for Project Speed
Project Speed ready to begin its New Zealand based testing phase at the RNZAF base at Whenuapai
Posted on 16 May
Cup Critiqued: Why Irish pull back..Spanish AC40s
Irish bureaucrats claims over pulling out of America's Cup Venue selection are exposed..
Posted on 15 May
Gladwell's Line: AC37 - Chase Zero boat test
After a few weeks of testing in Auckland, there is a little doubt that Chase Zero is a game-changer
Posted on 13 May
Hydrogen AC foiler praised by Toyota Chief
Hydrogen powered AC foiler will open opportunities for Toyota in New Zealand and worldwide
Posted on 13 May
Emirates Team NZ's Project Speed ready for testing
Emirates Team New Zealand Land Speed record craft is being fitted together at the Auckland base
Posted on 13 May
Cup Critiqued: Dateline Barcelona.. Spy games.
An off-piste view of the 2024 America's Cup looking beyond the official line.
Posted on 6 May
Letter from the Antipodes: Ringing the changes
"We need to very much widen this group [Live Ocean Racing] - it is only just a start," Blair Tuke
Posted on 3 May
Emirates Team NZ - The pilot touches down
Glenn Ashby gets some face to face time in Auckland after an absence of 10 months
Posted on 29 Apr
America's Cup: Pensacola signs deal with Cup team
New York Yacht Club's American Magic team is returning to Pensacola to train for the 2024 Cup
Posted on 19 Apr
Emirates Team NZ face flooded venue for record bid
Putting a brave face on a few unanticipated issues
Posted on 16 Apr
America's Cup: AC40 first images of first hull
Emirates Team New Zealand have released the first images of the AC40 one design foiling monohull, as
Posted on 15 Apr
Gladwell's Line: Kiwis new AC sailing squad route
Almost by default, Emirates Team NZ seems to have selected their team for the 2024 Women's AC
Posted on 15 Apr
Gladwell's Line: Kiwi epiphany over Cup hosting
Earlier, on the same day as Warnie's Memorial, Kiwis heard that their Cup was headed to Barcelona
Posted on 1 Apr
America's Cup: ETNZ's Matteo de Nora interviewed
Matteo de Nora,shares his thoughts on the announcement of Barcelona as the 2024 America's Cup venue
Posted on 1 Apr
America's Cup: Michael Fay against shifting venue
Sir Michael says he is considering cutting ties with the club over the loss of the regatta to Spain
Posted on 1 Apr
America's Cup: Barcelona expected to revive Cup
Kiwis split over loss of Cup hosting, but move seen as a positive one internationally
Posted on 30 Mar
America's Cup: Irish save political face with exit
Ireland saves political face with11th-hour withdrawal as a venue for the 37th America's Cup.
Posted on 29 Mar
Letter from the Antipodes: Ringing the changes
A look at the major developments in the America's Cup, and ETNZ's hook-up with the NZSailGP team.
Posted on 22 Mar
America's Cup: PJ Montgomery on the four Kiwi wins
America's Cup Hall of Famer, Peter Montgomery recounted his memories of the four Kiwi wins
Posted on 20 Mar
Gladwell's Line: What is being hatched at ETNZ?
Reviewing a challenging 12 months for ETNZ with a venue hunt and three major design/build projects
Posted on 18 Mar
America's Cup: New AC75 Class Rule and Tech Regs
New AC75 Class Rule and the AC Technical Regulations published after consultation process
Posted on 18 Mar
Emirates Team NZ opt for italy's Armare Ropes
Italian brand Armare Ropes has once again been chosen as Official Supplier by Emirates Team NZ
Posted on 18 Mar
America's Cup: First anniversary of AC36 win
Today, March 17, is the first anniversary of Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron's successful defence.
Posted on 16 Mar
America's Cup: ETNZ's Project Speed Update - 3
ETNZ explores the crossover between the America's Cup and Motorsport in its Land Speed record yacht
Posted on 11 Mar
SailGP: Phil Robertson on SailGP and racing F50's
'The F50 can turn on a dime almost and when you do that the G-force is phenomenal.'
Posted on 10 Mar
America's Cup: Overcoming production challenges
Taking the designs from a page or computer file and creating a working reality is not simple.
Posted on 5 Mar
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Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand - Return run - Whenupai -May 20,
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Pilot Glenn Ashby goes through a final cockpit check before the canopy is closed - Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand - Whenupai -May 20,
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Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand - Test run - Whenupai -May 20,
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Project Speed - Horonuku is 14metres long - its four wheels can be glimpsed below the fuselage underbody - Test run - Whenupai -May 20,
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Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand - Test run - Whenupai -May 20,
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Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand - Tail plane and aileron - ETNZ base -May 13,
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Guillaume Verdier the world's top high performance naval architect casts a glance backward at the support team, as Horonuku is pushed out of the hangar- Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand - Test run - Whenupai -May 20,
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Project Speed - the tailplane controlled by a small aileron in turn controls the wingspar angle - Emirates Team New Zealand - Launch - ETNZ base -May 13,
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Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand - ballast weight is added to the wheels to optimise grip and speed traded off against rolling drag - Whenupai -May 20,
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Project Speed - hits 120kmh Emirates Team New Zealand - Test run - Whenupai -May 20,
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Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand - Glenn Ashby - Whenupai -May 20, - Whenupai -May 20,
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Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand skirts the boundary fence at the end of a Test run - Whenupai -May 20,
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Project Speed - Emirates Team New Zealand - Spar and Pod - ETNZ base - ETNZ base -May 13,
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Emirates Team New Zealand's Glenn Ashby will pilot their wind powered land yacht, Horonuku.
© Hamish Hooper / Emirates Team New Zealand
Emirates Team New Zealand's Glenn Ashby will pilot their wind powered land yacht, Horonuku.
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INEOS Team UK will set up their winter base in Mallorca.
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INEOS Team UK will set up their winter base in Mallorca.
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Excellent visibility - Chase Zero - Emirates Team New Zealand - May
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Stern view with entry hatch open - Chase Zero - Emirates Team New Zealand - May
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Chase Zero - Emirates Team New Zealand - May
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Foiling readout - Chase Zero - Emirates Team New Zealand - May
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The flat wake is impressive Chase Zero - Emirates Team New Zealand - May
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Hydrogen tanks are under the side decks and accessed through deck cut-outs - Chase Zero - Emirates Team New Zealand - May
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Port quarter view - Chase Zero - Emirates Team New Zealand - May
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Starboard quarter view - Chase Zero - Emirates Team New Zealand - May
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Emirates Team New Zealand's land yacht is assembled ahead of the speed trial testing in Auckland - may 2022
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Fitting the wingsail onto the fuselage - Emirates Team New Zealand's land yacht is assembled ahead of the speed trial testing in Auckland - may 2022
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Sean Regan fits the wingsail bearings - Emirates Team New Zealand's land yacht is assembled ahead of the speed trial testing in Auckland - may 2022
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Emirates Team New Zealand's land yacht is assembled ahead of the speed trial testing in Auckland - may 2022
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Emirates Team New Zealand's land yacht is assembled ahead of the speed trial testing in Auckland - may 2022
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