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APRIL CUPDATE

During such unprecendented times, we update you on the current situation of the 36th Americas Cup. Sights are now set towards Auckland who could still hold the worlds first international sporting event since the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Aoteroa finally stands still in peace, our beautiful country awaiting your presence once more. Read more here about the latest of the America's Cup.

A POSITIVE SPECTATOR EXPERIENCE

Find out here exactly what you can expect your race day experience to look like. The 36th Americas Cup will have one of the best spectator experiences yet with action coming to you right in-front of your eyes and streamed live on our on-board I-pads. Be on the water when the teams battle it out for the prestigious America's Cup - there is no better place you could be on race days than on-board one of our Maxi-vessels.

FEBRUARY CUPDATE

Let the action begin - America’s Cup preparations are now in full swing as we gear towards the World Series. The boats are being pushed to their absolute limits as crews test their relative performances against one another. Click to read about the latest in all four corners of the America’s Cup Teams.

PRESS RELEASE AMERICA’S CUP

America’s Cup expert and New Zealand’s top luxury travel and experience curators join forces to launch the Larry Keating & Friends America’s Cup project; curated by Touch of Spice, Love My New Zealand and Larry Keating himself.

AMERICA’S CUP KNOWLEDGE

The America’s Cup. Asides from the glamour, prestige and excitement, there is an entire history behind this event - let me shed some light on the most fascinating of facts and stories you never knew about one of the world’s most loved celebrated sporting events.

CUPDATE FROM LARRY

Whats in the water? As we sail towards the opening regatta of the 36th America’s Cup World Series circuit held in Cagliari in the sun-soaked Mediterranean island of Sardinia, two of the America’s Cup Challengers, Italy’s Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli and Britain’s INEOS, are the first to be seen together in preparation for the first ever AC75 regatta.