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Dean's Diary: Positives from average Day 3 of the America's Cup WS By Dean Barker, San Francisco, USA , 8:45 PM Sat 6 Oct 2012
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants and Nexus AB, reports from San Francisco, USA from the America's Cup and America's Cup World Series: Today was really an average day for us although I take a lot of positives from it. ...[more]


Dean's Diary: No room for error on Day 2 of the America's Cup WS By Dean Barker, San Francisco, USA , 6:54 AM Sat 6 Oct 2012
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants and Nexus AB, reports from San Francisco, USA from the America's Cup and America's Cup World Series: You just cannot afford to give away any ground in this style of racing and to concede a penalty at the start makes the chance of having a good race very difficult. ...[more]


America's Cup WS: Penalty only blemish on good day for Emirates TNZ By Warren Douglas, 3:17 PM Fri 5 Oct 2012
Emirates Team New Zealand had mixed results on Day 2 of the America’s Cup World Series regatta at San Francisco. A win in the match racing quarter-final propels Dean Barker and crew through to the semi-finals on Saturday. Plus video ...[more]


Dean's Diary: Advancing to the Quarter-Finals of the America's Cup WS By Dean Barker, San Francisco, USA , 10:04 PM Thu 4 Oct 2012
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants and Nexus AB, reports from San Francisco, USA from the America's Cup and America's Cup World Series: Today was the first day of racing in this ACWS event and we had the match race qualifiers to determine the 5 boats who would proceed through to join the top three from the last event. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ off to a good start in World Series By Warren Douglas, 6:36 PM Thu 4 Oct 2012
Emirates Team New Zealand won its match race qualifier at San Francisco today to go through to the quarter-finals. On a cold, foggy Wednesday afternoon Dean Barker and crew – Adam Beashel, James Dagg, Ray Davies and Derek Saward – won the start and led to the finish. The winning margin was 51s. ...[more]


Dean's Diary: America's Cup bombshell for Challengers By Dean Barker, San Francisco, USA , 10:59 PM Tue 2 Oct 2012
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants and Nexus AB, reports from San Francisco, USA from the America's Cup and America's Cup World Series: Today the Event organisers dropped a bombshell on the Americas Cup competitors when they announced they will no longer be requiring the Teams to be based on Piers 30 and 32. ...[more]


America's Cup: Key Emirates Team NZ crew returns to Australia injured By Richard Gladwell, 9:09 PM Sun 30 Sep 2012
Key Emirates Team New Zealand crew member, Glen Ashby, has left the team in San Francisco to recuperate after he injured some ribs in a capsize in San Francisco. The team is building up to the second round of the America's Cup World Series in San Francisco - and were on a longer build-up after their disappointing showing in the first round a month ago. ...[more]


America's Cup: Kiwis on Day 6 and counting By Richard Gladwell, Auckland, New Zealand , 6:26 AM Thu 13 Sep 2012
Emirates Team NZ's AC72 was sailing Wednesday in the Hauraki Gulf in a session that lasted for around six hours in 15-20kt winds. Already the team has burned through 20% of its allowable sailing days, and by the end of next week will have been launched and sailing for two months. ...[more]


Rod Davis: Working out in the shed - AC72 style By Rod Davis, 9:04 PM Tue 11 Sep 2012
Double Olympic medalist and long time US and NZL America's Cup crew, skipper and coach, Rod Davis, looks at AC72 land base drills...The show must go on. The team programme calls for crew drills and we are looking to create an AC72 cat racing environment complete with tacking, gybing and rounding marks. Never mind the weather forecast is foul, we go anyway. ...[more]


Dean's Diary: ACWS - Barker downplays capsize in San Francisco By Dean Barker, San Francisco, USA , 9:19 PM Wed 22 Aug 2012
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants and Nexus AB, reports from San Francisco, USA from the America's Cup World Series: Today was the official practice day for this event in SF. Plan was for two match races and then some fleet race starts and race. Unfortunately for us it was a short day after capsizing in our first race against Artemis. ...[more]


Dean's Diary: ACWS - Fast and furious becomes old hat in San Francisco By Dean Barker, Naples, Italy , 9:15 PM Mon 20 Aug 2012
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants and Nexus AB, reports from San Francisco, USA from the America's Cup World Series: Again today the breeze was in and we spent much of our practice sailing with Artemis. It is amazing how quickly you become accustomed to the stronger wind conditions and it makes for some exciting sailing. ...[more]


Dean's Diary: The ACWS spare rig cupboard is already bare By Dean Barker, Naples, Italy , 11:26 AM Mon 20 Aug 2012
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants and Nexus AB, reports from San Francisco, USA from the America's Cup World Series: Another day on the water here in SF and a good step up in whine speed. By the end of the practice session we had breeze up to 28 knots so plenty of excitement! ...[more]


Dean's Diary: ACWS: Five AC 45's - But who's counting? By Dean Barker, Naples, Italy , 11:02 AM Sun 19 Aug 2012
Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ skipper and Director of Kiwi Yachting Consultants and Nexus AB, reports from San Francisco, USA from the America's Cup World Series: Well here we are in SF a little under a year out from the start of the Louis Vuitton Cup. How much has changed since my last Blog. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ stops testing, starts racing + Video By Sail-World, 8:18 PM Thu 16 Aug 2012
Emirates Team NZ's skipper Dean Barker is acutely conscious of the fact that in only a few days he’ll be back on the water racing rather than testing. And he will be at the helm of an AC45 rather than the AC72. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ's AC 72 sails for first time By Warren Douglas, 7:00 PM Wed 1 Aug 2012
Emirates Team New Zealand took its AC72 sailing for the first time July 31, 2012 - on a cold, wet Auckland winter’s day. As a very watery dawn glow started to light Auckland, the AC72 was wheeled from the shed, mated to the wingsail and lifted into the Viaduct Basin. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ's AC72 by night at the Viaduct Harbour By Richard Gladwell, 9:35 PM Fri 20 Jul 2012
Emirates Team NZ's AC72 was dropped into the Waitemata Harbour for the first time and towed to the pier off the Events Centre in Auckland's Viaduct Harbour, which will be the venue for the official launching of their AC72 - the first launched in the world. ...[more]


America's Cup: A Harbour of two Halves - Emirates TNZ's AC72 revealed By Richard Gladwell, 1:29 PM Wed 18 Jul 2012
Auckland's Viaduct Harbour was the scene this morning for the unveiling of Emirates Team New Zealand's America's Cup Challenger, and the first of the AC72 class to be seen in the world. The occasion was unannounced, but the waterfront hotline was functioning perfectly and there were spectators aplenty - a mix of media and 'interested onlookers' associated with other America's Cup teams. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ's AC72 unveiled - a world first By Warren Douglas, 1:06 PM Wed 18 Jul 2012
Emirates Team New Zealand’s AC72 catamaran was wheeled out of the shed the first time this morning as team members got down to final preparations for Saturday’s public show at the Viaduct Harbour. On a brilliantly fine and still winter’s morning, the 40m wingsail was wheeled from its tent, lifted and carefully placed on the platform. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race - Camper secure second place overall By Lucy Harwood, 2:09 AM Sun 8 Jul 2012
Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12 final In-Port race was held on Saturday 7th July in Galway. Chris Nicholson hailed the spirit and determination of his crew as the curtain came down on Camper with Emirates Team New Zealand’s VOR campaign today. Camper finished second overall in the inshore series after being edged out by Puma in the final In-Port race in Ireland. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ have a couple of scrapes in Practice By Warren Douglas, 4:32 PM Wed 27 Jun 2012
Competitors in the America’ s Cup World Series Newport Regatta went practice racing today, revelling in the 12-18 knot breeze. Practice starts were followed by three races in great sailing conditions. With a third, second and sixth placing, Skipper Dean Barker was well satisfied with the day’s sailing which followed some intensive training in the few days since arriving at Newport. ...[more]


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