- America's Cup Teams Back on the WaterEmirates Team New Zealand, Luna Rossa, and Oracle Team USA practice in their AC72s on San Francisco Bay on May 23, shortly after the no-sailing recommendation from the Review Committee expired.
Photos: © ACEA / PHOTO GILLES MARTIN-RAGET
June 20, 2011Isler Spills the Dirtby Michael LovettAt the West Marine in Middletown, R.I., SW editor at large Peter Isler will be signing copies of his new book, "Peter Isler’s Little Blue Book of Sailing Secrets."
June 14, 2011Onboard Russell's New Rideby Stuart StreuliSailing World goes for a ride on the AC45, and gets a chance to drive the wing-sailed rocketship that's redefining the America's Cup
June 6, 2011The Making of A One-Design Hard Sailby Dave ReedRig Tech interview from our Jan/Feb 2011 issue. The one-design wing for the AC45 is a scaled-down version of the mammoth sail used to win the 33rd America's Cup, but designing it is by no means simple.
May 6, 2011A First Look at America's Cup 2.0by Stuart StreuliTwo weeks of intensive test racing in Auckland, New Zealand, have given race organizers and television operatives a glimpse of what they're in for when it comes to re-inventing the America's Cup. The early returns are positive, but not universally so.
March 2, 2011Keeping up with the AC45SW's collection of visuals on the new AC45