How TP52 fleet uses America’s Cup tech

The ‘trickle down’ from the America’s Cup once meant equipment developed for the teams would, after the competition, reach the recreational market. Massive advancements, often using team money, fueled new products from the marine industry. These were the good ole...

American Magic leaving Auckland

American Magic are finally closing their Auckland base in another sign the next America’s Cup will be sailed overseas. Here’s an update from Duncan Johnstone of STUFF media: The United States syndicate has begun dismantling the two buildings they used in the Wynyard...

Alinghi returns for 37th America’s Cup

As of 12:00am yesterday, Challengers can now officially enter the next edition of the America’s Cup. While the teams from the 2021 edition had indicated their interest to compete again, it was a past winner that was first to publicly submit their interest. According...

America’s Cup: Progress equals complex

In the ‘good ole days’ of the America’s Cup, it was a much simpler to host the event. Just schedule the races, set the marks, and blow some horns, but now it is about creating a fan experience. Build a spectator village. Secure land to cluster team bases. Coordinate...