Nov 3, 2014

Americas Cup 35: TNZ Reviews past AC & setup the 45s

If more teams are able to reach the challenger finals this time we might have the greatest Cup ever as whole event, although we don´t even have a venue defined yet. 
Glad to see TNZ going forward, they set the pace in AC34 and lost the Cup on some bad luck with weather, own errors and Oracle's will.  Team New Zealand reviews AC34 and prepares the flying 45s:

"The pace is quickening at Emirates Team New Zealand for AC35. 
Foiling conversions in the pipeline to the AC45’s, AC World Series planning for 2015 /16 and design magic developing.
At the Emirates Team New Zealand Auckland base, preparations have started to modify the AC45 for foiling. Work on the conversion will start next month.
The two seasons of America’s Cup World Series regattas will be raced in foiling AC45s, starting in June next year.

While the teams focus is firmly looking ahead to the next three years, we take a minute to look back on where we came from in 2013 and what we learnt from AC34 with Grant Dalton & Kevin Shoebridge"

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