America’s Cup World Series

Grant Dalton Speaks Out on the America’s Cup 4

Emirates Team New Zealand boss, Grant Dalton knows more than most about what’s really going on with the America’s Cup. In a wide-ranging interview with Sailing Anarchy, Dalton has put on the record several issues that have been bubbling away under the surface for a while. Remember that the America’s […]

Dalton throws some hand grenades at America's Cup Event Authority

Garmin Signed Up as America’s Cup Electronics Partner

With just weeks until the first America’s Cup World Series event in Cascais, the people responsible for somehow recouping the costs of the revolutionary approach to television via commercial partnerships are announcing more deals. Like other deals done to date, the collaboration with Garmin Ltd seems to be an ‘in-kind’ […]

Venezia Challenge Excused From the America’s Cup

While it is great to see so many potential America’s Cup challengers announced for the next edition, most people have been sceptical about how many would ‘make it’ in the long run. Despite entry fees being reduced, rules relating to requirements bent, and significant concessions being made to attract teams […]

Energy Tream Announce Marinepool as America’s Cup Clothing Partner.

As the America’s Cup World Series draws the attention of old and new sailing fans to Cascais in Portugal, the battle off the water for the hearts, minds and disposable income of those fans heats up. In the highly competitive sailing apparel market, brands have more opportunity to realise a […]

Green Comm Racing To Use America’s Cup to Promote Sustainability

The 9th team to enter the mix for the 34th America’s Cup has been announced. The entry of┬áThe Real Club Nautico de Valencia (RCNV) and Green Comm Racing brings the number of boats competing in the support raced (the America’s Cup World Series) to 10. On the face of it, […]