KZ-1

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  1. Good lord, I thought they could have done something a little better than that! Ah well, that's it then.
  2. Thats awesome! Its still there!!! MBBC Represent!
  3. Wonder if KZ-1 still has this insignia on the transom after all these years...
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    Old Cup Posters and Artwork

    Any NZ based forum member want this old hard poster of mine? Like in the pic it has mould damage over Fay's signature. Its unframed on core flute type stuff. Free to a good home with free postage NZ wide. PM me and first in can have it.
  5. This was NZL32 several years ago when it was taken out of its wrap and was being fitted out for the Maritime Museum.
  6. ETNZ gave me hope when they put our their AC45 years ago in all black livery with a cool 'wet' flag on the bows, NEW ZEALAND on the side and a massive wing with NEW ZEALAND in crazy large font. That sadly didn't last long then it was back to the fugly red and black scheme again.
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    Old Cup Posters and Artwork

    Got this one this old one from the Big Boat days that has got quite mouldy. Is signed by Fay to someone. Have a old framed 'Kiwi Magic' poster in storage I think but used to have several large framed Team New Zealand 1995 Steinlager posters that have disappeared over the intervening years.
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    AC36 - The Venue

    I mean its good it all got sorted out...but still feels a bit cobbled, compromised and weird. There was certainly a 'debt' of sorts to pay Luna Rossa, but they seem like they have done rather well out of all this. I just hope that ETNZ makes a kick ass space of the VEC. Its noted its theirs for two cup cycles then huh.
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    AC36 - The Venue

    My feeling is some heavy compromises must have been made in order to have this at the point it is now. But just who got the best deal or was it a multilayered awkward handshake? I do hope ETNZ get a permanent home one of these days.
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    AC36 - The Venue

    Only read the text associated with the interview but Goff says something along the lines of altering the events centre for ‘the period of the cup’ ....does this mean to say this isn’t ETNZ’s permanent home?
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    AC36 - The Venue

    100%. It will certainly be one of the coolest looking permenant base structures any syndicate or team has had in many years. Quite excited they finally have a proper space to call home and one that would appear large enough to house everything they could need for the event side of things ie corporate entertainment areas, shop, display/interactive area which won’t impede on the base operations areas I wouldn’t imagine. It’s a great building.
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    AC36 - The Venue

    So what...... no permanent base for ETNZ now? Or have they been given the events centre? From the Stuff.co.nz article: "The Viaduct Events Centre will become redundant once the Sky City Convention Centre is completed for housing major events, provide an ideal base for Team New Zealand. They could be iin there by October which would be a boost for their defence plans, allowing them to have a base for their new boat." But I still wonder if its theirs permanently or not. It's a bloody big base if it is to become theirs!
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    AC36 Auckland NZ

    I hope they are proper looking bases too, like the ones in Valencia, no more temp tent city!
  14. Will teams now get their own individual websites back or will they still have to be under this americascup.com umbrella?
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    AC36 - The Venue

    Bases should line the western side of the Silo Park, Wynyard Quarter becomes the hub/home of the AC with racing to be out on the sea where the old courses were. The Stadium racing inshore format sucks ass and hard to do in Auckland anyway. Send it out, big up huge screens with heaps of entertainment and food and things like a proper village, not some tent city and make a proper go of it. If we are serious about defending it, then Auckland needs to step up to the plate. And Stephen Tindall can keep his guy fawkes boom boxes at home. We need some proper fireworks.