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AC Trials

America’s Cup: Defining the Lines

Will Cup racing set new standards? Rebecca Hayter reports on the latest high tech developments in AC race management

YW Shoretalk Radio

Shoretalk: Multi-Tasking

Olympics, double-handed global racing and a Volvo Ocean Race, does Iker Martinez ever stop? Plus, the latest TP52 Ran IV and more

AC45 capsize

America’s Cup Nosedives and Capsizes

There were America’s Cup spills aplenty on the first day of the AC45 regatta trials in Auckland

ETNZ announce their participation in the 34th America's Cup

AC News: Team NZ make it official

Emirates Team New Zealand announced today that it was challenging for the 34th America’s Cup in 2013

VOR, Camper Open 70's first sail

Volvo Ocean Race: ETNZ's first sail

Camper with Emirates Team New Zealand takes its first sail in New Zealand

YW Shoretalk Radio

Shoretalk: Volvo; Barcelona; and the AC Series

We hear direct from Yachting World's Editor how Plymouth became an America's Cup Series venue

The new Ran IV, TP52 Series

TP52 update

See images of the NEW Ran IV - the TP52 designed by Judel/Vrolijk and built in Lymington, UK

Volvo Ocean Race: Telefonica back for third time

Team Telefónica announce their participation in the Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12

AC45 and AC72

America's Cup News: Teams offered jump-start

A shared design program is being offered to teams to jump-start designs of the fast, high-tech AC72s

America's Cup, San Francisco

AC News: Ninth Challenger is Korea

Team Korea, or White Tiger Challenge, enters the 34th America’s Cup

Plymouth Sound

AC World Series Event to be held in Plymouth

Nine-day event will run this autumn from 10-18 September

America's Cup, San Francisco

AC News: as the entry period closes...

...the America's Cup World Series venues are revealed

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