AC36: The Match (6-15th March. Reserve days to the 21st)

eurochild

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Brilliant, we get to do this again in Auckland in 4 (or 3?) years.

A lot of things were great this time, hopefully with the class proving out (to most) and a bit of fine tuning (and no pandemics!) it can be even bigger and better next time round.

Impressive sailing by LRPP.

Well done Team NZ!

 

YM74

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UK
So, last time Dalton was hidden away in a boat with no signal to receive the desired CoR.

Did we miss that part? Or has it changed how CoR is determined?

 

kenergy

Super Anarchist
I want to thank all the amazing people I had the pleasure to meet here on Sailing Anarchy during this America's Cup. It's a huge list. Brits, Irish, Kiwis, fellow Italian, French, Dutch, Americans, Canadians, Brazillians, Germans, Aussies and the rest of the worls.

I got richer in meeting you guys. Let's keep in touch!

If by any chance any of you come to Italy, I hope we can meet for a good glass of wine and a dish of pasta.
I hope we can make this happen my friend. 

Congratulations for a brilliant challenge 

 

YM74

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UK
I want to congratulate in particular with @Forourselves who is a diehard Kiwi fan.

We had many fight here on the forum but I always respect people proud of their Country.

Good job mate. Deserved victory. Now time for the party!
Are you Italy based?

I’m UK and it’s 4.45 now. Not looking like sleeping now!

 

The Advocate

Super Anarchist
I want to thank all the amazing people I had the pleasure to meet here on Sailing Anarchy during this America's Cup. It's a huge list. Brits, Irish, Kiwis, fellow Italian, French, Dutch, Americans, Canadians, Brazillians, Germans, Aussies and the rest of the worls.

I got richer in meeting you guys. Let's keep in touch!

If by any chance any of you come to Italy, I hope we can meet for a good glass of wine and a dish of pasta.
Was great chatting with you, be proud of your team!

 

Foyle

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Great show by ETNZ, sailing a whole regatta in wind strengths where they were likely at their relative weakest, and yet still winning.

And gutsy performance from LR tactically wringing everything they could out of a boat that was a click slower - to the point that they made for an initially tight competition and a final scoreline that somewhat flatters ETNZ.  I really hope that Mr Bertelli stays in the great game, he has been just about the classiest competitor in the whole history of the cup, and it's rather sad he has never (yet) held it aloft.  They are a very strong team and I hope they continue into AC37.

 

Liquid Assett NZ

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Wellington
Evan Bay Yacht club says yay

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Horn Rock

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Great win from Burling and the boys........so happy, and relieved......Huge  congrats to team Luna Rossa, damn good effort from them, really hope they come back. Really enjoyed the banter with Strider and the Italian supporters in here......commiserations lads......

 

eurochild

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Auckland
I really hope that Mr Bertelli stays in the great game, he has been just about the classiest competitor in the whole history of the cup, and it's rather sad he has never (yet) held it aloft.
Agree - when the thought of the Italians winning crossed the mind (briefly of course!) earlier in the series, the consolation would be that there could hardly be a more deserving country to look after the cup for a bit.

No Guarantee next Cup will be in Auckland or even NZ, despite TNZ winning.  
It will be in Auckland.

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