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America's Cup: Putting the big lens over Te Aihe

by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz 7 Nov 2019 08:59 GMT 7 November 2019
The depth of the crew trenches are visible in this shot as is the main sail traveller running across the stern of the boat - Emirates Team New Zealand's Te Aihe, Waitemata Harbour, November 6, 2019 © Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com

Light winds earlier in the week in Auckland probably didn't do much for Emirates Team NZ's America's Cup workup, but it did allow a closer look at their AC75 Te Aihe, as she waited and waited for the breeze to arrive.

Here's the view you don't see when the AC75 is ripping along at 30kts plus.

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