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Presser at SF City Hall, Feb 2010: SF Mayor Gavin Newsome, Larry Ellison, the Auld Mug, James Spithall, John Kostecki, Russell Counts, some guyView the competition for the oldest trophy in international sports from the water on a private yacht. We'll position ourselves as close as we can get to the start/finish line & the turning marks for an experience you'll not soon forget.

ACWS San Diego ~ Nov 2011The AC World Series will be in San Francisco for two events in August and October 2012 for some of the best match and fleet racing you'll ever see. This series of regattas allow the teams to get used to the new class of boats, 45' cutting-edge multihulls powered by towering wingsails, and bring AC racing to fans around the world. If you'd like to see more of our photos from the ACWS San Diego spectacle, please visit our Facebook Photo Album.

Louis Vuitton Cup ~ Valencia 2007The Louis Vuitton Cup is held to determine who has the opportunity to challenge for the America's Cup. 2013 marks the 30th anniversary of the LVC and racing starts in June with a series of 4 fleet races followed by 2 round robin match race series. The top 4 teams will proceed to the semi finals with the first seed racing the fourth and second seed racing the third place team. The two winners will face each other in the LVC Final with the first team to win 5 races proceeding to the AC Finals. This event will mark the debut of the new 72' wingsail catamarans.

The 34th AC Finals start September 7, 2013 and will conclude September 22. There's a completely new format to this AC with almost twice as much racing time. Now we'll get two races per day with the first boat to win 9 races taking home the Auld Mug.

Click here to see the photos of the August and October ACWS events in San Francisco on our Facebook page>>

The America's Cup is a race of management, money, technology, teamwork and, last and incidentally, sailing.

— Bill Koch