An all-female voyage is reborn
Maiden, the boat that took the first all-women’s crew around the globe, is doing it again.
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.
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.
The syncing of skiff sailing duo
Alex Maloney and Molly Meech have been sailing together for the past six years, but they still need to stay in sync on the water.
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?
Team NZ all smiles at America’s Cup home
It is the $212 million home for the next America’s Cup that no one wanted - but everyone is now happy to make their own.
Govt finds $40m for Team NZ hosting fee
The Government will pay $40 million to Team New Zealand as the ‘hosting fee’ for the 2021 America’s cup in Auckland.
Contaminated land holds up America’s Cup
Protracted negotiations to find a home for an America’s Cup village in Auckland may now hinge on how fast contaminated land at the Tank Farm can be cleared.