America’s Cup

Welcome Aboard America

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Built in 1995, America is a $6 million replica—and, not surprisingly, the only replica—of the famous schooner after which the America’s Cup is named. Berthed at the Golden Gate Yacht Club, she is Coast Guard certified for 80 passengers and will be operational through September, 2011.

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Sail San Francisco Bay on USA 76

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Now there’s a new way to experience the waterfront: aboard the International America’s Cup class yacht USA 76. The 85-footer is one of only four ex-America’s Cup yachts in the U.S. that are available to the general public for sailing. And what a sail!

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America’s Cup 2013

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Work has already begun to develop the infrastructure for the 34th America’s Cup, and qualifying races will be held in the SF Bay beginning in the summer of 2012. We’ll post information about the boats, racers, and best viewing spots as the event comes closer. In the meantime, here’s a link to the official America’s […]

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