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America’s Cup: Ray Davies interview – Pt. 1

In the first of our two-part exclusive interview with Emirates Team New Zealand sailor/coach Ray Davies we discuss the evolution of the America’s Cup from the ‘leadmine’ version five boats to the latest flying monohull concept and quiz him on the latest state of play within the team as the

Emirates Team New Zealand chooses Genesis as official energy partner

America's Cup: Emirates Team New Zealand choose Genesis as official energy partner

America's Cup holder Emirates Team New Zealand has chosen Genesis as its Official Energy Partner and sole provider of electrical, gas and renewable energy solutions for its Auckland base at the heart of Auckland’s waterfront as well as the team’s boat build facility on the North Shore. The partnership is

Eight new America’s Cup challenges lodged

Eight new America’s Cup challenges lodged

America’s Cup holders the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron and Emirates Team New Zealand say they received notices of challenge from eight new syndicates before today’s 1700 New Zealand Time deadline for late entries for the 36th edition of the America’s Cup. No details have been made available on who the

America’s Cup champions dominate at A-Class World Championship

America’s Cup champions dominate at A-Class World Championship

Emirates Team New Zealand America’s Cup sailors have finished first, third and fourth in the International A-Class Catamaran World Championship in Australia. The America’s Cup team’s skipper Glenn Ashby (AUS) claimed his tenth A-Class world title at the regatta raced this week on Hervey Bay in Queensland, with flight controller Blair

Emirates Team New Zealand’s time saving technology

Ask any seasoned America’s Cup challenger what the most critical ingredient of a successful campaign is and – even more importantly than money – the answer they give will be: time. While you can't make time, you can save it – and that's exactly what the current America’s Cup holders Emirates Team

New base for America’s Cup Defender

America's Cup Defender new base move

America's Cup holders Emirates Team New Zealand have finally moved out of their cramped and somewhat dinghy offices in Auckland and into the relative luxury of their new base at the Viaduct Events Centre. The team's new facility is a short walk from its old base, a tiny concrete bunker which originally

Matteo de Nora on America’s Cup

ETNZ chief Matteo de Nora speaks about the America's Cup.

The 36th America’s Cup may still be more than two years away but there is plenty going on around the world as the Cup-holders Emirates Team New Zealand and the three challenging syndicates trying to unseat them all beaver away on the design of a high-tech foiling monohull capable of