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Emirates Team NZ: Nico’s Blog: A hectic first week in Alicante By Chris Nicholson, 5:58 AM Fri 7 Oct 2011
Volvo skipper Chris Nicholson updates on the first week of buildup in Alicante: it has been a hectic first week in Alicante. After arriving at the end of our European tour the boat was hauled out immediately and we went straight into our final date with the rules ‘policeman’ in order to get the boat signed-off. Five days later and we are just now getting towards the end of that intense process ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ: Coach's Blog - Up-skilling in the Extreme 40 By Rod Davis, 5:44 AM Fri 7 Oct 2011
Emirates Team NZ's Coach and sailing scribe, Rod Davis writes on the method behind the multi-multihull event racing program being undertaken by the worlds most successful professional sailing team: 'What I should add is that we were not good to ourselves as well. We made way too many mistakes in the lead up to the regatta and on the water. Thus we got beat up pretty good, and it hurts...' ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Camper ready to race now, says Nicholson By Sail-World, 6:57 PM Sat 1 Oct 2011
CAMPER skipper Chris Nicholson is so confident in his yacht and crew that he reckons they could start the Volvo Ocean Race today. 'We’ve had some amazingly harsh conditions in our sea trial and not had one complaint. You know whatever the race throws at us we’re fairly well sorted.' The team have sailed more than 10,800 miles together and Nicholson says their Volvo Open 70 is 99 per cent rac ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Tuna fishing on Camper - Salty's big catch + Video By Sail-World, 10:06 AM Sat 1 Oct 2011
Join the crew of Volvo Ocean Race entry, Camper sailed by Emirates Team NZ as multiple round the world racer and America's Cup sailor, Rob Salthouse catches his first ever tuna on the trip to Alicante. Or does he? ...[more]


Dean's Diary: Nothing extreme at Extreme Sailing Series, Nice By Dean Barker, Plymouth, England , 11:05 AM Fri 30 Sep 2011
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants Nexus AB, reports from Nice, France from the Extreme Sailing Series: The second day here in Nice was slightly better for us. We managed to put together some good results and a couple of not so good but all in all much improved on yesterday. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ launches vibrant social media package By Sail-World, 9:42 AM Fri 30 Sep 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand has joined the social media age with the launch of its new blog .... www.etnzblog.com. The team has worked on the project with Dell Computers and Dallas, Texas, based RD2 Inc, an acknowledged international leader in social media development. ...[more]


Dean's Diary: Bad day at the office in Extreme Sailing Series, Nice By Dean Barker, Plymouth, England , 6:52 AM Thu 29 Sep 2011
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants Nexus AB, reports from Nice, France from the Extreme Sailing Series: We are in Nice, France for the 7th Extreme Sailing Series event. After sitting out the last two X40 events due to clashes with the AC45, I was really looking forward to getting back into the racing. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Camper arrives in Alicante for race start By Paul Todd, Volvo Ocean Race, 5:19 AM Wed 28 Sep 2011
Emirates Team NZ's entry in the the 2011-12 Volvo Ocean Race, Camper, has arrived at the Volvo Ocean race headquarters in Alicante, Spain ahead of the start of the 2011-12 Volvo Ocean Race. Photographer, Paul Todd was there to catch the action. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Camper wraps up a five day stay in Palma By Sail-World, 8:13 AM Mon 26 Sep 2011
The Volvo Ocean Race entry, CAMPER sailed by Emirates Team NZ, has been Palma, Spain for a five day stay. Palma is the European home city for the Round the World race entry, which starts on 5 November in Alicante, Spain. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Camper arrives in Lorient, France By Sail-World, 9:18 PM Sun 18 Sep 2011
Camper, the Volvo Ocean Race entry sailed by Emirates Team New Zealand has arrived in the French port of Lorient as she heads for the race start in Alicante. ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ struggle to reach potential in Extreme 40's By Warren Douglas, 12:24 PM Sun 18 Sep 2011
Fickle puffs of breeze opened a whole new chapter of lessons to Emirates Team New Zealand in the penultimate day of racing of Act 6 of the Extreme 40 Sailing Series in Trapani. Emirates Team NZ reports form the Extreme 40, at Trapani Italy: light, wafting westerly winds that never lifted above seven knots, the full programme of nine inner-harbour races on Day 4 was contested with reaching star ...[more]


Emirates Team New Zealand: Match racing champion of Plymouth By Warren Douglas, Plymouth, England , 9:43 AM Sun 18 Sep 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand has won the final of the America’s Cup World Series at Plymouth, beating Team Korea in two straight matches. The losses ended Team Korea’s five-race match racing winning streak on Plymouth Sound in which skipper Draper despatched, among others, Oracle Racing 4’s James Spithill and then his boss Russell Coutts. ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ through to the Finals - America's Cup World Series By Warren Douglas, 6:14 AM Sat 17 Sep 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand today won through to the finals of the Plymouth Match Racing Championship, beating Oracle Racing 5 2-1. The team’s opponent in the finals will be decided tomorrow when top seed Artemis Racing races Team Korea in the second semi-final. ...[more]


Barker to face Coutts in semi of America's Cup World Series By Warren Douglas, Plymouth, England , 5:16 AM Fri 16 Sep 2011
Dean Barker faces off against his former team mate Russell Coutts in the match race semi-final of the ACWS Plymouth regatta. Emirates Team New Zealand was seeded second and Oracle 5 third after six fleet races on Wednesday and Thursday. ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ: Reminders all round on ACWS Day 3 in Plymouth By Warren Douglas, Plymouth, England , 7:52 PM Thu 15 Sep 2011
Day 3 the ACWS Plymouth regatta served up a few reminders to just about everyone. The established teams re-learned what they knew already – that big or small any team has the potential to win an AC45 short-course fleet race. ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ wins Preliminary Round at Plymouth By Warren Douglas, Plymouth, England , 5:59 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand has won the 'preliminaries' of the America’s Cup World Series regatta at Plymouth. Finishing second in today’s long-course fleet race, Dean Barker, James Dagg, Winston Macfarlane, Glen Ashby and Ray Davies earned 37 of a possible 40 points from the four races held at the weekend. ...[more]


Barker expecting plenty of action in America's Cup World Series By Warren Douglas, 7:17 PM Sat 10 Sep 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand made final preparations on Friday for the start of the Plymouth regatta of the America’s Cup World Series. Racing is due to start Saturday afternoon, and the breeze is forecast to be rather stronger than Friday’s light southerly that barely moved the flags on shore. ...[more]


Camper unloads in Felixstowe By Sail-World, 9:38 PM Thu 25 Aug 2011
Camper, the VO70 yacht Emirates Team New Zealand will campaign in the Volvo Ocean Race, has been unloaded from a Maersk Line container ship at Felixstowe, England ahead of the start of the 2011-12 Volvo Ocean race. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ - a third straight winning day By Warren Douglas, 6:00 AM Sat 13 Aug 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand has emerged from Day 5 of the Cascais AC45 World Series with its third straight winning day. With 10 points from three fleet races and a single match race, Emirates Team New Zealand won the day, followed by Oracle Racing 4 on 9 and Oracle Racing 5 on 8. ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ: Lessons learned - but the wins are all good By Warren Douglas, Cascais, Portugal , 9:38 PM Thu 11 Aug 2011
Lessons were learned by every team on the third day of the Cascais regatta of the America’s Cup World Series. Results at the end of the day indicated a good day on the water for Emirates Team New Zealand – a second, fourth and first in the three fleet races and a win in the first catamaran match race in the AC45 World Series. ...[more]


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