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America's Cup- 2010 Cup winner goes on permanent display Oracle Corp

by Erik Simonson - pressure-drop.com on 11 May 2014
Dogzilla Relocation-6 - 2010 America’s Cup winner moves to Oracle Corporation Erik Simonson/ pressure-drop.us http://www.pressure-drop.us

2010 America's Cup winner, USA-17, has moved from a San Francsco wharf to permanent display at Oracle Corporation, in San Francisco.


US website www.pressure-drop.com filed these images of the final stages of her journey and new display place.

An Erickson Skycrane lifted her out of the water and over the Oracle Buildings and placed her in the Pond.

USA -17 (nick named Dogzilla) was the wingsailed trimaran, that contested the 33rd America's Cup sailed in Valencia, Spain under the Deed of Gift provisions of the document which governs the conduct of the oldest international sporting trophy. USA-17 won the best of three series 2-0 against the former holder Alinghi. Both teams sailed 120ft multihulls. Since that regatta USA-17 has been housed at the Oracle Team USA base in San Francisco.

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