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America's Cup- Your chance to buy a piece of sailing history

by Graeme Swan on 13 Sep 2012
Image taken from this photo - AC72 class catamaran sailing on it’s hydrofoils. Graeme Swan

On August 28, 2012 Emirates Team Team NZ's AC72 caught fully foiling on the Waitemata Harbour by photographer Graeme Swan.

This is the largest yacht to be fully foil borne, and is a milestone moment in America's Cup history.

The photograph that stunned the world-wide sailing community is now being offered as a collectable, in A2 and A1 sizes, together with documents of authenticity and provenance.

A2 images are $30.00 plus postage and handling.

A1 images are $50.00 plus postage and handling.

At present this offer is only available in New Zealand.

If you wish to order a piece of sailing history email your order to graemeswan@hotmail.com. Include your mailing details.
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