Alinghi Wins a Wild One

by Sail Staff, Posted June 26, 2007
The Race 7 report from America's Cup Media:

Valencia, 3 July, 2007 - Alinghi won the 32nd America's Cup on Tuesday afternoon on the waters off Valencia. The Swiss Defender won its fourth consecutive race in dramatic fashion, to win the Match 5-2.

"I love this team," Alinghi President and afterguard member Ernesto Bertarelli moments after the finish.

This final race of


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Boatworks

Marine Plywood: The Boatbuilder's Friend

by Sail Staff, Posted June 25, 2007
Why every boatowner should learn to love plywood By Mark Corke

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One of the most versatile of panel materials, plywood is used for everything from sheathing houses to building boats. It’s not a new concept; laminated wood was used in ancient Egypt and China and


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Race 2, Match 32, the America's Cup

by Sail Staff, Posted June 24, 2007
Despite statistics indicating a 9.8-knot average around the course for Emirates Team New Zealand, versus a 9.9-knot average for Alinghi, the Kiwi team on Sunday took Race 2 and tied the America's Cup 1-1. Here's the report from America's Cup Media.

Valencia, 24 June, 2007 - Emirates Team New Zealand came from behind to beat Alinghi on Sunday afternoon, squaring the score in the 32nd


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The Cup, the Cup, the America's Cup

by Sail Staff, Posted June 20, 2007
THE 32ND DEFENSE OF THE AMERICA'S CUP
Alinghi The DefenderLa Socit Nautique de Genve
Emirates Team New Zealand The Challenger
Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron
Best of nine: First to win five races takes the CupRace One: Saturday, June 23
First gun: 1450 local time; enter the box at 1455

By


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Everything Else

Weatherly

by Sail Staff, Posted June 16, 2007
If you love historic boats and like to keep an eye on the weather, Majestic Weathervanes’s line of high-end rooftop accoutrements is worth a look. Built of aluminum and steel, each weathervane is an exact replica of a historic vessel, built to its original blueprints. These models-cum-vanes are designed to withstand anything short of an asteroid hit; one vane dropped from a height of 20 feet, was
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