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Artemis Racing became the first America's Cup challenger to sail an AC45x experimental yacht in Bermuda. Their initial conclusions: great sailing conditions and a very tight race course that will provide a severe test of sailing skill.Read More
America's Cup veteran Dean Barker has been named CEO and skipper of Softbank Team Japan. The team is funded by Japan's richest man, Masayoshi Son and will receive design assistance from Oracle Team USA.Read More
Bermudians can learn more about the America's Cup with Jack Griffin at BUEI - Bermuday Underwater Exploration Institute on Tuesday 26 May at 7:30 pm. Tickets available by calling 441-294-0204 or visiting BUEI’s Oceans Gift Shop. Members: $20; Non-members: $25.Read More
America's Cup Commercial Commissioner Harvey Schiller informed Emirates Team New Zealand that the round robin phase of challenger selection - the America's Cup Qualifiers - would not be awarded to Auckland.Read More
The America's Cup challengers voted 3-2 to change the Protocol and race in "America's Cup Class" 48 foot catamarans instead of the AC62 class that had been announced 10 months earlier. Luna Rossa and Emirates Team New Zealand voted against the change.Read More
America's Cup negotiations: After America's Cup Event Authority announced moving away from the AC62 to a smaller catamaran, Luna Rossa threatened to pull out of the event and Team New Zealand declared their support for Luna Rossa's position.Read More