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America’s Cup: American Magic AC75 flies on first test sail

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American Magic – the New York Yacht Club's America's Cup syndicate – has made history by becoming the first team to achieve flight with its AC75 foiling monohull. It happened on Narragansett Bay near Newport, Rhode Island yesterday September 10 when the team – which is skippered by Terry Hutchinson

America’s Cup: Stars + Stripes refute withdrawal rumours

Stars + Stripes Team USA – the California-based challenger for the America’s Cup, led by Taylor Canfield and Mike Buckley – have issued a statement quashing rumours rumbling around the New Zealand mainstream media that the team was about to withdraw its challenge for the 2021 Cup. The team’s press release

World Sailing Show – April 2019

World Sailing Show IN BRIEF We’re all about speed this month. From Tom Slingsby’s guided tour of his teams’ F50, to the drama that proceeded another record breaking run around the Caribbean 600. We also find out how aircraft giants Airbus are helping American Magic to develop their trial horse, the Mule as their America’s

Video: American Magic flies with Airbus

A great new video from America’s Cup challenger American Magic about their innovation technology partnership with aircraft maker Airbus. Includes unseen going footage of the team’s development boat, The Mule.

Parker Hannifin named control systems partner at American Magic

Parker Hannifin named control systems partner at American Magic

New York, N.Y. - New York Yacht Club American Magic, Challenger for the 36th America’s Cup, today announced Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion control technologies, as its official control systems partner. Parker and American Magic will work together to develop and implement state-of-the-art systems for the team’s racing

World Sailing Show – January 2019

World Sailing Show – January 2019

In the January 2019 episode of the World Sailing Show: Meet the Mule – American Magic’s trial horse They’ve been working in secret for months. Behind closed doors, operating under the radar, American Magic has been locked away, building its trial horse for the 36th America’s Cup. But now they have revealed what

American Magic fly south for the winter

America's Cup: American Magic fly south for the winter.

New York Yacht Club American Magic – one of the two US challengers for the 36th America’s Cup – has moved south to Florida to avoid the potentially brutal winter conditions at their main base and primary training location in Newport, Rhode Island. The Port of Pensacola will serve as the

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