I am sure if you keep up with the Louis Vuitton Cup you have already seen this. Either way just go ahead and watch 2:09. W O W!! Thanks to the Americas Cup YouTube feed for allowing us American’s to actually watch some of the AMERICAS CUP! ;-0)Read More W O W!!
…….but not for good. Having overcome such a great tragedy as the Swedish team has endured, the mere participation of the team’s New AC72 and its crew is remarkable. Artemis Racing Chairman Torbjorn Tornqvist says “I certainly see this was the first campaign, but not the last one”. Check out the Semi-final Race 4 Highlights. […]Read More Artemis Says Goodbye,
The Louis Vuitton Cup is underway and Emirates Team New Zealand broke some LVC/AC records. At one point in the leg, the AC72 team was sailing its 72-foot water line in a single second, recording a top speed of 42.8 knots. This was with a wind speed of only 14-16 knots. Wowzers! The 90-foot multihulls back […]Read More And So it Begins…….
………The Red Bull Youth Americas Cup. A good video that gives you an inside look into what it takes to sail a 40 foot hi-performance racing yacht , with a fixed wing! Check it out @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ1KazLeYdM This isn’t your daddy’s America’s Cup anymore. No beer cooler on this racing yacht. ~T.R.C.Read More What it Takes to Win…..
Just over a week ago, the Americas Cup teams took it back to the water on their AC 45’s as the AC World Series continued in beautiful Naples Italy. Check out the final day highlights as helmsman Francesco Bruni of Luna Rossa Swordfish takes the overall championship over the Australian Tom Slingsby of Oracle Team […]Read More Keeping Up with the Cup
…….. from my favorite, Carlo Borlenghi. Enjoy!Read More Beautiful Photography……….
Here are some great shots of Oracle Team USA’s Hydro-foiling AC 72in action. Insane! I can’t wait to see them all on the race course. This will indeed be a Cup to remember….. Images courtesy of Guilain Grenier. …..and as a bonus, some AC 45 highlights.Read More A Foiling Wonder
Check out the AC 45’s best wipe out moments…….Read More Americas Cup Epic Crashes….
Check out the launch of the re-vamped Oracle Team USA AC 72. A short interview with the teams GM, Grant Simmer gives some insight into the changes and the future plans for the boat. At first glance, I noticed the red rudders and ‘T’ foils that carry the Yanmar logo. It looks like this boat has […]Read More Oracle Team USA, Back On Track
For the first time ever the America’s Cup offers sailing youth a chance at the spotlight. Select kids will be given the opportunity to train on various boats before taking a shot at a cup of their own on the same wing-sailed AC45 catamarans that are used in the America’s Cup World Series right now. The Red […]Read More Junior Americas Cup
…..and it caused them almost loose more than the rig! Apparently it is quite the big deal when these things flip, unlike the smaller AC45’s that seem to go over regularly. After extensive hours, efforts and a strong ebb tide, the crew and the boat made it back to shore. The enormous wing however did not […]Read More First AC 72 Pitch pole…..
After winning his fifth Olympic gold medal and just a short month of preparation under his belt, Ben Ainslie and the J.P. Morgan BAR crew, have taken to the race course. An early lead in the first race led to a 17 second victory, with a third place finish in the second race, making them the series’ overall […]Read More Keeping Up with the Cup – San Francisco