AMERICA'S CUP

On March 17th 2021, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, on behalf of the Defender Emirates Team New Zealand, accepted the Notice of Challenge for the 37th America’s Cup (AC37) from Royal Yacht Squadron Ltd and INEOS BRITANNIA (formerly INEOS TEAM UK) and were announced as the Challenger of Record for the 37th America’s Cup.  This will be the first British Challenger of Record to compete in the America’s Cup  since Tony Boyden’s Sovereign challenge in 1964.

AMERICA'S CUP

On March 17th 2021, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, on behalf of the Defender Emirates Team New Zealand, accepted the Notice of Challenge for the 37th America’s Cup (AC37) from Royal Yacht Squadron Ltd and INEOS BRITANNIA (formerly INEOS TEAM UK) and were announced as the Challenger of Record for the 37th America’s Cup.  This will be the first British Challenger of Record to compete in the America’s Cup  since Tony Boyden’s Sovereign challenge in 1964.

AMERICA'S CUP

On March 17th 2021, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, on behalf of the Defender Emirates Team New Zealand, accepted the Notice of Challenge for the 37th America’s Cup (AC37) from Royal Yacht Squadron Ltd and INEOS BRITANNIA (formerly INEOS TEAM UK) and were announced as the Challenger of Record for the 37th America’s Cup.  This will be the first British Challenger of Record to compete in the America’s Cup  since Tony Boyden’s Sovereign challenge in 1964.

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