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Show news America's Cup: 5th anniversary of the Bermuda win
Fifth anniversary of Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron's America's Cup win
Posted on 26 Jun
Letter from the Antipodes: Smiles and frowns
ETNZ's sailors getting a paddy whacking in the SailGP is the best thing to happen for their Cup
Posted on 23 Jun
America's Cup: 'Light on Water' - free event
Book now for Geoff Dale's 'Light on the Water' exhibition and conversation with Peter Montgomery
Posted on 21 Jun
America's Cup: Join the Spy Game
The America's Cup spy game has been reinvented. Here's your opportunity to be part of it.
Posted on 14 Jun
NYYC American Magic returns to Port of Pensacola
Patriot, the team's AC75 racing yacht, arrived in Pensacola on Saturday
Posted on 13 Jun
America's Cup: Seeking Swiss precision
Magnus Wheatley reports from last week's Alinghi crew and design team announcement
Posted on 13 Jun
America's Cup family stunned at sudden death
Francesco Longanesi Cattani the External Relations Director for Prada and Luna Rossa dies suddenly.
Posted on 13 Jun
Leigh McMillan signs on for a third America's Cup
It was a very quick decision for Leigh McMillan to re-sign with INEOS Britannia,
Posted on 10 Jun
America's Cup: Swiss name sailing and design teams
Fourteen sailors have been selected to join the Alinghi Red Bull Racing crew
Posted on 8 Jun
America's Cup: Three named for Rules Committee
A trio of highly qualified members has been appointed to the America's Cup Rules Committee
Posted on 8 Jun
Letter from the Antipodes: Paradise lost for Kiwis
Reasons other than financial, are emerging as to why the regatta was not staged in Auckland.
Posted on 3 Jun
Emirates Team New Zealand set to sail in Australia
Emirates Team NZ's next challenge will be to break one of the most difficult records in sailing
Posted on 25 May
America's Cup: Grant Dalton uncut
Emirates Team NZ's Grant Dalton levels with The Platform's Martin Devlin in a very honest interview
Posted on 20 May
ETNZ unveils their weapon for Project Speed
Project Speed ready to begin its New Zealand based testing phase at the RNZAF base at Whenuapai
Posted on 16 May
Cup Critiqued: Dateline Barcelona.. Spy games.
An off-piste view of the 2024 America's Cup looking beyond the official line.
Posted on 16 May
Cup Critiqued: Why Irish pull back..Spanish AC40s
Irish bureaucrats claims over pulling out of America's Cup Venue selection are exposed..
Posted on 15 May
Gladwell's Line: AC37 - Chase Zero boat test
After a few weeks of testing in Auckland, there is a little doubt that Chase Zero is a game-changer
Posted on 13 May
Hydrogen AC foiler praised by Toyota Chief
Hydrogen powered AC foiler will open opportunities for Toyota in New Zealand and worldwide
Posted on 13 May
Emirates Team NZ's Project Speed ready for testing
Emirates Team New Zealand Land Speed record craft is being fitted together at the Auckland base
Posted on 13 May
America's Cup: Hydrogen powered foiler hits 50kts
Chase Zero to date has been clocked at 50.3 knots (93.16km/h) on its 9th day of testing
Posted on 11 May
America's Cup news, Sail Canada report, TOR Update
Latest newsletter from Sail-World's David Schmidt in the USA
Posted on 10 May
That other category.
There are plenty of sporting superstars. Thousands actually. Then there are those who are...
Posted on 8 May
Cup Critiqued: Moving to the Med - but when?
As we saw in the last America's Cup, base and venue setup decisions can have unintended consequences
Posted on 6 May
'Britannia II' donated to the Classic Boat Museum
The AC75 has arrived at her new home in Cowes, Isle of Wight
Posted on 5 May
Tom Slingsby joins NYYC American Magic
Olympic, America's Cup and SailGP Champion a massive signing for the team
Posted on 3 May
Letter from the Antipodes: Ringing the changes
"We need to very much widen this group [Live Ocean Racing] - it is only just a start," Blair Tuke
Posted on 3 May
5th edition of the Foiling Awards
Innovation and skill recognised at the Teatro Arcimboldi in Milan
Posted on 30 Apr
NYYC American Magic returns to Pensacola
This marks the team's third winter training on the Gulf Coast
Posted on 21 Apr
America's Cup: Pensacola signs deal with Cup team
New York Yacht Club's American Magic team is returning to Pensacola to train for the 2024 Cup
Posted on 19 Apr
America's Cup: AC40 first images of first hull
Emirates Team New Zealand have released the first images of the AC40 one design foiling monohull, as
Posted on 15 Apr
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Getting the right shot angle, a good contrasting background, correct light angle all while the target is sailing at 50kts and trying to avoid the camera is all part of the black art of reconnaissance.
© Richard Gladwell - Sail-World.com/nz
Sometimes it is not possible to get a totally uncompromised shot - ETNZ launch
© Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com
Luna Rossa's recon team take prime position for the launch of Britannia 2
© Richard Gladwell - Sail-World.com/nz
Getting in the right position to get a useful detail shot is a key skill for a spy.
© Richard Gladwell - Sail-World.com/nz
Getting the right background, and right angle to contrast with the component takes practice and forethought.
© Richard Gladwell - Sail-World.com/nz
Getting an unblocked shot to show the whole package requires positioning skills.
© Richard Gladwell - Sail-World.com/nz
PATRIOT, American Magic's AC75, being craned off the vessel HAPPY DELTA upon returning from New Zealand on Saturday.
© American Magic
PATRIOT, American Magic's AC75, being craned off the vessel HAPPY DELTA upon returning from New Zealand on Saturday.
© American Magic
PATRIOT, American Magic's AC75, being craned off the vessel HAPPY DELTA upon returning from New Zealand on Saturday.
© American Magic
Luna Rossa training in Auckland ahead of the Prada Cup in December 2020
© Carlo Borlenghi / Luna Rossa
Mission partially accomplished - Luna Rossa flying the winner's pennant after winning the Prada Cup and right to Challenge for the America's Cup.
© Carlo Borlenghi / Luna Rossa
Luna Rossa training in Auckland ahead of the Prada Cup in December 2020
© Carlo Borlenghi / Luna Rossa
Francesco Longanesi Cattani with the Prada Cup won by Luna Rossa
© Giulio Testa
Leigh McMillan - 2021 America's Cup
© America's Cup Media
Alinghi name 14 sailing crew - June 2022
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Alinghi Red Bull Sailing Team - June 9, 2022
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Alinghi Red Bull Racing have named 14 sailing crew - June 2022
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INEOS Britannia needs to get off the big wingfoils and onto the smaller low drag/low lift foils used by American Magic and Emirates Team NZ
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com/nz
Too early for Britannia II to become a museum piece after less than 20 races?
© Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com / nz
Tom Slingsby joins New York Yacht Club American Magic
© NYYC
New York Yacht Club American Magic returns to Pensacola
© American Magic
New York Yacht Club American Magic
© American Magic / Sailing Energy
TUDOR announce partnership with Alinghi Red Bull Racing
© Alinghi Red Bull Racing
Emirates Team New Zealand Wind Powered Land Speed project - March 2022
© Emirates Team New Zealand
Emirates Team New Zealand in an upwind tussle with Luna Rossa
© COR 36 | Studio Borlenghi
Emirates Team New Zealand's Te Rehutai had several unusual design features
© COR 36 | Studio Borlenghi
Emirates Team New Zealand's Te Rehutai had several unusual design features
© COR 36 | Studio Borlenghi
Emirates Team New Zealand heads into a start
© COR 36 | Studio Borlenghi
Emirates Team New Zealand crew
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Luna Rossa waits in glassy conditions - America's Cup - Day 7 - March 17, 2021, Course E
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