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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]


Emirates Team NZ tops table at America's Cup World Series prelims By Warren Douglas, 7:53 AM Mon 8 Aug 2011
Dean Barker on the podium with second-placed skipper Russell Coutts (lewft) and third, Terry Hutchison. Emirates Team New Zealand collected the prizes at the end of the preliminaries of the first America’s Cup World Series regatta at Cascais. ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ on top in Cascais, but struggles in Cowes By Warren Douglas, Cascais, Portugal , 8:22 AM Sun 7 Aug 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand has finished the first day of fleet racing at Cascais on top of the leader board. Three races were held and the team’s consistency in difficult sailing conditions produced a third and two second placings, enough to give Dean Barker 26 points, one more than the Swedish entry Artemis. ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ set the pace at Cascais, and tunes-up at Cowes By Warren Douglas, 7:24 AM Sat 6 Aug 2011
Nine AC45 yachts from eight teams lined up for three short fleet races, in the America's Cup World Series in Cascais, Portugal. As skipper Dean Barker commented, the day counted for nothing, except to provide an excellent opportunity to check in with the opposition before the first regatta of the build-up to the 34th America’s Cup. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ look forward to World Series opener By Warren Douglas and Sail-World, 5:33 AM Thu 28 Jul 2011
The America’s Cup takes a step into the future in Portugal next month as teams race in the first AC45 World Series multihull regatta. EmiratesTeam New Zealand managing director Grant Dalton says the event will be unlike any America’s Cup regatta in the past. 'Eight 45ft wingsail multihulls will be at the start line, courses will be unlike the standard upwind, downwind configurations ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ: Dates conflict for America's Cup and Extreme Sailing By Sail-World, 2:54 PM Fri 22 Jul 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand has dual international missions early next month as the pace hots up for the 34th America’s Cup in 2013. The team will be competing in Cowes, isle of Wight, in the Extreme 40's and in Cascais, Portugal, in AC45's ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: The making of Camper's mast at Southern Spars By Camper, 9:16 PM Thu 21 Jul 2011
Join Camper skipper, Chris Nicholson, as he takes us behind the doors of Southern Spars new factory and shows a mast under construction for the Volvo Ocean racer to be sailed by Emirates Team New Zealand. This is a rare look at just how these spars are made - and gives us a look at the impeccable interior of the state of the art Southern Spars facility. And then there's an onboard video ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Camper sails for Europe with Maersk By Warren Douglas, 9:15 PM Wed 20 Jul 2011
CAMPER with Emirates Team New Zealand’s Volvo 70 yacht slipped out of Auckland before dawn on Tuesday bound for Europe aboard the container ship Maersk Dabou. CAMPER will be trans-shipped at Petjung Peletas, Malaysia, to the Skagen Maersk at for the 8329 mile voyage to Felixstowe in the United Kingdom. ...[more]


New look Viaduct Harbour as Volvo Ocean Race returns to Auckland By Penny Dain, 8:29 PM Wed 20 Jul 2011
The organisers of the Auckland Stopover for the 2011/12 Volvo Ocean Race revealed plans for the Race Village and bid bon voyage to CAMPER, the Emirates Team New Zealand entry for the event, today (Wednesday). ...[more]


America's Cup: Team NZ protested for non-compliance by Cup organisers By Richard Gladwell, 3:43 PM Mon 18 Jul 2011
Twice winner of the America's Cup and the world's most successful professional sailing team, Emirates Team NZ Emirates have confirmed today that it is seeking mediation in its dispute with the America’s Cup Event Authority (ACEA) over rules that restrict the team’s internet presence. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Camper completes testing and heads for Europe By Sail-World, 8:07 PM Thu 14 Jul 2011
Boat testing for the Volvo 70, Camper, sailed by Emirates Team New Zealand, has ended. After sailing 8,000 nautical miles in the last three months, Camper has been lifted out of the water and is being decommissioned before shipping to Europe later this month. ...[more]


Dell to add computer power to Emirates Team New Zealand By Warren Douglas, Auckland, New Zealand , 8:28 PM Wed 13 Jul 2011
Dell has joined the Emirates Team New Zealand challenge for the 34th America’s Cup, adding significantly to the design team’s computer fire power. Dell will supply the team with IT system design, hardware, system software and implementation. The technology will help the design team’s programme for the AC72 catamarans that will race in San Francisco is 2013. ...[more]


America's Cup: Video of Emirates Team NZ sailing the SL33 By Sail-World, 1:45 PM Wed 13 Jul 2011
First video of Emirates Team NZ sailing the SL33 catamaran, which the team are using as a surrogate boat for the AC72. The SL33 is the largest size catamaran that can be used without breaking the Surrogate Rule, which is part of the Protocol for the 34th America's Cup, and is designed to prevent more well funded teams running extensive two-boat testing programs. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ signs with Dell and launches new boat By Richard Gladwell, Auckland. New Zealand , 1:39 PM Wed 13 Jul 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand have announced a partnership with US based multinational, technology company Dell computers. The team will be looking to make up one of the 'holes' in its 2007 America’s Cup campaign – which was in the area of applied technology, which by the estimate of CEO, Grant Dalton, cost the team about 10 seconds a leg in that event. ...[more]


America's Cup: Int Jury upholds basis of Challenger selection By Richard Gladwell, 10:51 PM Thu 7 Jul 2011
Sail-World understands that the International Jury for the 34th America's Cup has upheld the position advanced by the Defender, Golden Gate Yacht Club, over the transition of the original Challenger of Record role to Sweden's KSSS. The full Jury decision can be read in this story ...[more]


Extreme Sailing: Come from behind win for America's Cup team By Sail-World, 10:19 AM Tue 5 Jul 2011
Dean Barker’s Emirates Team New Zealand clinched victory at Act 4 of the Extreme Sailing Series™ in an epic showdown as the circuit made a very successful USA debut. As the country celebrated Independence Day, American Terry Hutchinson on board Artemis Racing went in to the final race with an 8 point lead after heading the leaderboard for most of the past 5 days ...[more]


Extreme 40's: Emirates Team NZ wants to improve on third at Boston By Warren Douglas, 1:20 PM Sun 3 Jul 2011
Dean Barker and his crew are looking for a strong showing on the water tomorrow to set them up for the crucial last day of the Boston Extreme Sailing Series regatta. At the end of Day 3 Emirates Team New Zealand retained its third place on the overall standings with 158 points, one behind The Wave placed second. Artemis leads after 22 races with 169 points. ...[more]


Extreme Sailing Series Act 4 Boston wide open at halfway stage + Video By Extreme Sailing Series, 3:45 AM Sun 3 Jul 2011
Extreme Sailing Series Act 4 - The ever changing conditions on the second day of racing in Boston, resulted in a game of snakes and ladders for many of the 11 Extreme 40 teams and leaves Act 4 wide open going into the halfway stage tomorrow. ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race - A wild ride for Camper By Volvo Ocean Race, 9:26 PM Sat 2 Jul 2011
Chris Nicholson's team enjoyed a wild offshore testing trip. But is 'enjoy' really the word for Media Crew Member Hamish Hooper? He describes facing the 'constant wall of water' in his blog. 'Will Oxley’s forecast was for a nice sail testing out past Great Barrier Island and through the night to the north east of East Cape,' Hamish writes. ...[more]


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