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    Hanuman and Ranger Tied At the Top

    In the historic first ever America's Cup J Class Regatta in Bermuda three different crews won races on the opening day. Just one point separates the top two boats, Hanuman and Ranger on seven apiece with Lionheart poised for three way final day showdown on eight. The record fleet of seven J Class yachts, the biggest ever mustered in the 87 year history

    Published 14:41 on 20 Jun 2017

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    America’s Cup J Class Regatta Race 1 Falls Victim to Light Airs

    Despite a huge spectator fleet mustered off NE Bermuda's north shore ready and waiting attentively to see the record fleet of seven J Class yachts in action for the first two scheduled races of the America's Cup J Class Regatta, the winds did not cooperate and no racing could be run. The fickle breezes did not build above five knots for

    Published 14:39 on 20 Jun 2017

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    J Class Yachts Open The Show

    The seven J Class yachts which are in Bermuda to compete in the America's Cup J Class Regatta provided the perfect, spectacular curtain raiser to a picture postcard first day of the 35th America's Cup Match, presented by Louis Vuitton as they staged an exhibition on the Great Sound, on the same race course. The compact, two leg course used for the exhibition

    Published 05:56 on 19 Jun 2017

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    Dream Conditions for Svea's Debut as Lionheart Wins Race 2

    As the new Svea, J S1, made her debut in the J Class fleet in Race 2 of the America's Cup Superyacht Regatta it was Lionheart which read the first run best, leading at every mark of the 14 mile round the buoys style course to atone for their disappointing result in Tuesday's first race of the series. Ranger, second across the finish

    Published 15:26 on 15 Jun 2017

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    Hanuman Wins Light Wind Race 1 of the America's Cup Superyacht Regatta

    Hanuman bounced back quickly from starting too early to win the first race of the America's Cup Superyacht Regatta in Bermuda. Although they had to return and recross the line Hanuman were able to recover as the breeze filled from the right side of the first upwind leg. Already positioned on the favoured side, they chased Velsheda around the first windward

    Published 08:03 on 14 Jun 2017

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    Svea Takes Her Place In Historic J Class Line Up

    The world's newest J Class yacht has completed a race against time and has taken her place at Bermuda's Hamilton Princess Marina lined up among the historic seven-strong J Class fleet which is preparing to compete at next week's America's Cup Superyacht Regatta and the subsequent America's Cup J Class Regatta. The mighty Svea, the largest J Class ever built, was first sea

    Published 09:21 on 9 Jun 2017

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