Category Archives: America’s Cup

Modifying the America’s Cup

By | June 26, 2018

They are like classic pieces of silver right out of a sailor’s treasure tale and they’re finally back in the hands of Team New Zealand. The two chunks of buckled silver are leftovers from the three-month repair work done by London jewelers Garrard & Co after the America’s Cup was damaged in a hammer attack… Read More »

Aussies join British America’s Cup team

By | June 19, 2018

Britain’s America’s Cup team, INEOS TEAM UK, is set to join the 2018 GC32 Racing Tour with four-time Olympic gold medallist Ben Ainslie at the helm for the team’s debut in the 32-foot foiling catamarans. Ainslie will be joined by fellow Finn Olympic gold medallist, Giles Scott, resuming the role of tactician that he undertook… Read More »

Let’s win the America’s Cup!

By | June 7, 2018

The 36th America’s Cup & The Sardinia Challenge The beautiful island of Sardinia has issued a challenge, which has been accepted, to win the 36th America’s Cup that is to be held in New Zealand during 2021 and to bring the 37th America’s Cup to Sardinia to be raced in the scenic setting of the… Read More »

American Magic: The sprint against time

By | May 1, 2018

American Magic, New York Yacht Club’s team that’s challenging for the 36th America’s Cup, continues to gain momentum toward the 2021 competition. Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck checks in with American Magic Executive Director and Skipper Terry Hutchinson for an update. In 2018, your plan was to launch a new TP52 for the 52 SUPER SERIES,… Read More »