Once again Emirates Team New Zealand has entered the history books and won the America’s Cup for New Zealand for the fourth time.
On day 7 of the 36th America’s Cup presented by PRADA, the Kiwis scored the 7th point they needed to raise the Auld Mug in front of thousands of spectators.
Watch the final race by clicking HERE
A spectacular achievement for Emirates Team New Zealand and the yacht club they represent, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron. Another confirmation that – in sailing – the Southern hemisphere country of 5 million people can punch way above its weight.
Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli, fought until the last race and the team showed talent and experience throughout the whole event and their story is far from over.
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An unfortunate consequence of BREXIT is that British sailing certification is currently no longer accepted in Spain, and in other EU states, for those who wish to sail Spanish-flagged (or other EU-flagged) boats.
This means that the CBYA are currently unable to run our normal monthly day charters from Náutica Corcho. It also affects any of our other members who have British sailing certification who own Spanish (or EU)-flagged/registered boats. Those with UK-flagged boats are not affected.
The highly anticipated Race 1 of the 36th America’s Cup Match will start shortly after 4 pm (NZT) on Wednesday 10th March after the Government announced a reduction in alert levels today.
Under COVID-19 Alert level 2 or 1, the race schedule will remain as planned with 2 races per day – Wednesday 10th, Friday 12th, Saturday 13th, Sunday 14th, Monday 15th and each day after that. The current schedule has racing every day until either the Defender Emirates Team New Zealand, or the Challenger Luna Rossa, reaches seven (7) wins.
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You can watch live on the America’s Cup Facebook page, or later on their YouTube Channel.
5th March 2021
British solo skipper Pip Hare, 47, fulfilled the dream that she has held since she was a teenage sailor in her native East Anglia, England when she crossed the finish line of the Vendée Globe solo non-stop round the world race at 00:57:30 hrs on the 12th February, emerging from a bitterly cold Bay of Biscay night off Les Sables d’Olonne on the west coast of France to take an excellent 19th place!#
You can watch her RORC “Time over Distance” interview by clicking HERE
The other British sailors, Alex Thomson and Sam Davies, were both forced to retire.
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Full results HERE
Getting fed-up with being locked down?
GOOD NEWS – our lives will be returning to more freedom by summer!
So why not celebrate by signing up for the planned CBYA trip to take in the atmosphere of the Superyacht Cup in Palma, Mallorca, 23rd – 26th June 2021?
Total cost of 480 euros per person based on:
The Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team has defeated INEOS Team UK to win the Prada Cup and become the Challenger for the America’s Cup. They defeated the British challengers with seven wins, with INEOS Team UK only being able to secure one win.
Click HERE to see the Luna Rossa celebrations after winning the eighth race.
The official results can be viewed at https://www.americascup.com/en/results
Luna Rossa will now race against the America’s Cup Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand, from 6 – 15 March 2021
For more information, click HERE
21st February 2021
Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli have beaten American Magic 4:0 in the Prada Cup semi-final to go head-to-head with INEOS Team UK in the final. Click HERE for details.
The Prada Cup final will take place during 13 – 22 February
The winner will become the Challenger with the right to race against the Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand, in the America’s Cup final during 6 – 15 March
Go Sir Ben Ainslie and INEOS Team UK!
30th January 2021