Family legacy drives solo sailing first
At 55, Tamsin Worsley became the first woman sailing solo to complete the iconic Coastal Classic. But not without a raft of challenges.
Larry Ellison’s America’s Cup rival
A Warkworth-based company owned by multi-billionaire IT mogul Larry Ellison and part-funded by Callaghan Innovation is at the centre of a bid to take the wind out of the sails of the next America’s Cup competition in Auckland.
The Aussie driving Team New Zealand
The man they call “Mr Multihull”, with 15 world championships to his name, could easily have walked away from a New Zealand team left in disarray and doubt after losing the most dramatic of Cup showdowns, 9-8, to America’s Oracle.
From vacuumer to America’s Cup boss
In charge of the vacuum cleaner at Team NZ’s Bermuda base last year, Tina Symmans is now in charge of running the 2021 America’s Cup in Auckland.
Affluence to effluent: the Joe Spooner story
It may sound like Joe Spooner has fallen on hard times. On the contrary, the Kiwi sailor is flushed with success.
Around the world in 11 questions
Volvo Ocean Race yachtie Bianca Cook has just circumnavigated the globe - and has the huge arms to prove it.
One year on: inside our America’s Cup defence
It’s almost a year since Emirates Team New Zealand brought the Auld Mug home. So how are their plans to retain it coming along?
The return home of Dean Barker
Once hailed as NZ’s America’s Cup hero, Dean Barker is coming home - but this time flying the Stars & Stripes.