A proposal for the 36th America’s Cup match in Auckland, New Zealand is stirring controversy. If approved, it will require America’s Cup superyacht observers of the race to pay anchoring fees. This, despite yachts being free to anchor any other time. According to a few media reports, the Auckland Council is weighing the proposal. Specifically,
With less than 100 days to go before the 35th America’s Cup, charter brokers are booking boats. Burgess has several sailing superyachts and motoryachts making the trip to Bermuda. Better yet, half a dozen of them still have availability. All six of these charter yachts offer VIP Packages throughout the race. This affords several advantages.
The America’s Cup is the oldest trophy in all of sports. It’s increasingly high-profile on the global stage, too, due to its fast, foiling catamarans, on-deck cameras, and more. Key organizers of the race and the America’s Cup Superyacht Program will explain what’s in store at the 35th America’s Cup at the International Superyacht Society’s (ISS)
The America’s Cup in Bermuda is still 13 months away. But the special America’s Cup Superyacht Program created by BWA Yachting has attracted strong interest. So strong, in fact, that only a handful of the specially created, prime-viewing superyacht slips remain available. If you’re a regular reader of the subscriber-only MegayachtNews.com newsletter, which went out
From May to June 2017, Bermuda will welcome the world’s top sailing competitors, who’ll vie for the coveted America’s Cup. The island nation also plans to welcome a number of private and charter yachts. To pique your interest, the America’s Cup and America’s Cup Bermuda have created the America’s Cup Superyacht Program. It includes prime
The next America’s Cup isn’t until 2017, but that’s not stopping San Francisco’s mayor, Ed Lee. He already has presented the America’s Cup Event Authority with suggested venues, keen to have his city play host again. Tradition dictates that the America’s Cup winner gets to select the next race location. Larry Ellison, owner of the