Emirates Team New Zealand
A-Cat racing for Peter Burling, Glenn Ashby and Blair Tuke in Australia, warming for the Sail Hervey Bay A-Cat Worlds with the Australian A-Cat Championships.
Ray Davies, Peter Burling, Blair Tuke camped out at Glenn Ashby’s place with a week of intense A-Class training in preparation for the 2018 A-Cat World Championships.
The gathering of the Defender and Challengers in Cowes showcasing the biggest sailing show on earth. Interviews with Grant Dalton and Peter Burling (Emirates Team New Zealand), Sir Ben Ainslie (INEOS Team UK), Max Sirena (Luna Rossa Challenge) and Terry Hutchinson (American Magic).
The AC75 foil cant system has been in design for the past six months led by Emirates Team New Zealand Project Manager Peter ‘Brush’ Thomas, with PLC Engineer Ryan Thomas and Carsten Mueller who has led the hydraulic development.
Emirates Team New Zealand's, Ray Davies takes you on a tour of the America's Cup 36 race courses in Auckland. Video Producer: Emirates Team New Zealand
Emirates Team New Zealand had a bunch of unanswered questions from their recent AC75 Class Rule Q&A, so Ray and Dan got to answer a few more of questions on the specifics of the rule.
Here it is! The ground-breaking new #americascup class race boat concept. The #AC75 is the bold new high performance fully foiling monohull. Or is it the foiling International Moth Kraken...whatever it is it's going to be brutal!
Long before being in the spot light of the America's Cup in Bermuda, the most important testing and development that would set the foundation for Emirates Team New Zealand victory was done in long hours on the water of Auckland's Hauraki Gulf.
Just one week ago, the Emirates Team New Zealand wing sail was in tatters. It is now back out, as good as new, sailing around the Great Sound in preparation for the 35th America's Cup Match against the Defender, Oracle Team USA in just two days. Well done to the ETNZ pit crew'.
It's nearly time to race... The first race of the Louis Vuitton America's Cup qualifiers is scheduled for tomorrow. Emirates Team New Zealand Skipper Glenn Ashby: "I am 100% confident we have the right men for the job"
The second practice race day today in Bermuda, ended in a heavy pre start collision when Land Rover BAR collided with Emirates Team New Zealand after they had been comprehensively shut out in last stages of the pre start sequence.
Emirates Team New Zealand touched down and took off on their America's Cup race boat in Bermuda for the first time today. Day one on the Great Sound complete.
Intense testing and training on bikes has been going on behind closed doors at Emirates Team New Zealand for a while now. Here is a look at the brutal fitness test our 'cyclors' have been subjecting themselves to...
It’s black to the future as Steinlager return as a sponsor to Emirates Team New Zealand for the 35th America’s Cup challenge in Bermuda in 2017. “Steinlager is one of those legacy brands that is synonymous with not only sailing...
A screaming start to last weeks iconic PIC Insurance Brokers Coastal Classic yacht race! A stark illustration of the relative speed that Emirates Team New Zealand will race to win the America's Cup next year. Hold on...
Peter Burling: 'You obviously realise how tight the leaderboard is at the moment and how every point counts, so we are looking forward to the challenge of trying to win this thing tomorrow."
Emirates Team New Zealand - The Crew: The aim to continue to bring a new generation of young, fit and ultra talented New Zealand sailors to the America’s Cup steps forward with New Zealand Sailing Team members Andy Maloney and Josh Junior...
Emirates Team New Zealand - The Crew: Blair Tuke. "Blair Tuke is one of the worlds greatest sailors... off the boat he's a complete $#*!%" - Skipper Glenn Ashby on trimmer Blair Tuke.