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Atlantic Cup 2018: Trailer

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This past spring, SAIL magazine was on-hand to document the 2018 Atlantic Cup, a two-week-long Class 40 regatta spanning the U.S. East Coast and one of the toughest events in all of North America. The preview above will give you a taste of the four-video series to come. For more on the event, click here

Atlantic Cup Episode 1

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The Atlantic Cup attracts some of the best Class40 sailors out there for an epic three-legged race from Charleston, SC to New York, NY to Portland, ME. This American race is making a name for itself and drawing sailors from far and wide; most of the Class40 fleet resides and races in Europe. This unique international fleet bridges the gap between professional and amateur sailors, making it the perfect proving ground for sailors hoping to go pro. Follow Class40 rookie Jonathan Green as he prepares for the race in Episode 1 of this four-part series.

Atlantic Cup Episode 2

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How a Class 40 Raceboat Works. The crew of the Class 40 Privateer recently gave SAIL a guided tour or its boat during the New York City stopover of last spring’s Atlantic Cup. See video…

Atlantic Cup Episode 3

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The first leg of this year’s Atlantic Cup from Charleston, South Carolina, to New York City was a tough one, with light air plaguing the fleet much of the way. See video...

Atlantic Cup Episode 4: Another Strong Finishin Portland 

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A look back at a brutal Leg 2 and the 2018 Atlantic Cup finishes up with another exciting no-holds-barred inshore series in Portland, Maine.

August 2018

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