America’s Cup

Deep Dive into the AC40

Emirates Team New Zealand designer Bobby Kleinschmit explains the technical attributes of the foiling 40-footer to be used as a development platform for America’s Cup teams and the Youth and Women’s America’s Cup Regattas in 2024.

America’s Cup 35

Powering the Next AC75s

Will it be grinders or cyclors in the next America’s Cup? Good question. And there is no right answer.

The 36th America’s Cup Match Presented by Prada, in Auckland, March 2021, will feature the Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand sailing against the sole challenger to emerge from the proceeding Prada Cup challenger-elimination series. State-of-the-art, high-speed 75-foot foiling monohulls will be used for the first time in Cup competition, honoring the 170-year-old competition’s legacy of technology and design innovation in the ultimate arena of performance sailing prowess.

This will be the second time America’s Cup racing will be contested in the waters off Auckland. In the past, the racecourses were set on the Hauraki Gulf, but for this edition, the courses will be set closer to land for greater specating and boundary-style racing.

Meet the Teams

Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team

Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team For the longtime Italian Challengers, this sixth attempt to win the America’s Cup has a sense of urgency: to win

INEOS Team UK

INEOS Team UK With this next America’s Cup challenge from the United Kingdom comes a powerhouse of sailing and technical greatness, with the expectations to

Emirates Team New Zealand: DEFENDER

Emirates Team New Zealand: DEFENDER The 36th America’s Cup defender soared to its position atop the sailing world with innovation, resilience and a supremely talented

American Magic

American Magic The New York YC’s latest effort to regain the trophy they lost in 1983 has all the essential components in place to challenge

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