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Sail-World NZ e-magazine: May 19 - NZL32's win...AC75's reach skywards..Saffier Yachts in NZ

by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz 22 May 2020 14:31 BST 23 April 2020
A short-crewed Luna Rossa lights their afterburner during training in Cagliari, Sardinia © Luna Rossa

Read the latest newsletter from Sail-World New Zealand, with the top stories covering the America's Cup and how the various lockdowns are affecting the teams, the fourth installment of The Ocean Race interview with Race Director Richard Mason and Peter Rusch, leading sailing historian Harold Kidd writes on the iconic P class in a not to be missed photo essay which captures the essence of New Zealand sailing, and the latest Editorial looking at the NZ and World sailing scene and much more

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Major stories include:

* A look back at NZL32's win in the 1995 America's Cup with a full story from barry Pickthall on the regatta, audio from Peter Montgomery and plenty of new and key images

* Now two AC75's have performed the spectacular "Sky Jump" - why does it happen on the AC75's

* New offerings from Saffier Yachts in the new luxury day and weekend sailer market

* New race to the Arctic Circle is launched for IMOCA60's

* The latest update from Emirates Team New Zealand as they catch up time lost in the Lock Down

And much more..

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