Could San Francisco’s chance to host the next America’s Cup be sailing away? That’s what one of the race organizers recently said, indicating that they were looking at other venues like Hawaii and San Diego.
Dean Barker and Emirates Team New Zealand regained the momentum in the America’s Cup when it pulled ahead of defending champion Oracle Team USA on the fourth leg to win Race 10 by 17 seconds on Sunday.
An international jury has levied the harshest penalties in the 162-year history of the America’s Cup, docking defending champion Oracle Team USA two points in the finals against Emirates Team Zealand and expelling a key sailor.
The sailing body reviewing new safety recommendations proposed by the America’s Cup regatta director to prevent another deadly accident on the San Francisco Bay has decided in favor of two teams contesting changes to the rules.
San Francisco residents who live steps away from Pier 27 are not happy about plans for a 9,000-seat event venue they say will add to the already noisy maritime activities along the waterfront.
America’s Cup organizers released the names of the teams that will participate in the 2013 race on San Francisco Bay. It turns out to be a much smaller group than expected.
A train measuring nearly a mile and a half long with more than 120 rail cars arrived at San Francisco’s Pier 80 Tuesday, carrying materials for the upcoming America’s Cup World Series.
The ceremonial agreement to bring the America’s Cup sailing race to San Francisco in 2013 was signed by Mayor Ed Lee at Pier 27, which will see some major changes.
A 38-foot yacht that was involved in a deadly crash earlier this month was recovered from the Farallon Islands Monday.
Friends of the sailors lost and killed in a yachting race accident near the Farallon Islands held a memorial flotilla Saturday evening.