Admirals Cup Yacht Race

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admirals cup yacht race

French Racing Yacht Corum At Mark Rounding Admirals Cup

an exciting new era in americas cup racing has been unveiled today as the concept for the ac75 the class of boat to be sailed in the 36th americas cup is released illustrating a bold and modern vision for high performance fully foiling monohull racing yachts, the americas cup affectionately known as the auld mug is a trophy awarded to the winner of the americas cup match races between two sailing yachtsone yacht known as the defender represents the yacht club that currently holds the americas cup and the second yacht known as the challenger represents the yacht club that is challenging for the cup

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entry is open to any yacht that represented australia in the admirals cup or contested the selection trials the illustrious old ocean racers that will be racing in december include love war kingurra syonara mister christian camille vittoria sagacious v impetuous spirit of koomooloo the first ragamuffin and the original wild oats, all races were decided by a minute or less with race five going to eat sleep j repeat by just five seconds from darcey this was the first time for the j70s at the vice admirals cup and the race team did a great job for us with six exciting races over two days says ward, corum has been making watches for yachtsmen since 1960 when it debuted the first corum admirals cup watch named after and inspired by the famous yacht race of the same name the admirals cup has since grown to become an entire collection one of corums core pillars numerous variations on the corum admirals cup have been introduced over the years including the corum admirals , robert taylor marine print of the yacht morning cloud racing in the admirals cup yacht race limited edition signed print from a sold out edition of 850 signed and numbered copies this being number 367 title the admirals cup 1971 showing morning cloud taking part in the admirals cup yacht race the yacht morning cloud captained by sir ted

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