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Defenders & Challengers
1851 – 2017

The America’s Cup is oldest trophy in international sport and dates back to 1851 when the yacht America sailed across the Atlantic to take on the best of the British fleet. 

The trophy won that day was donated through a Deed of Gift to the New York Yacht Club, to be held as a challenge trophy for friendly competition between nations.

Since then the trophy has only been raced for 35 times in the 167 years. To this day the famous quote mentioned to Queen Victoria all those years ago continue to ring true : “There is no Second”

Winners long remembered, the losers often forgotten in time, here is a list of those who have succeeded and those who have failed.

The 36th America’s Cup will see Emirates Team New Zealand attempt to defend the ‘Auld Mug’ against a fleet of exceptionally strong and well resourced challengers in a new AC75 class in Auckland in 2021

AMERICAS CUP

Year Defender Country Challenger Country Won By
1851 15 yachts England America USA America
1870 Magic USA Cambria England Magic
1871 Columbia / Sappho USA Livonia England
Columbia / Sappho
1876 Madeleine USA Countess of Dufferin Canada Madeleine
1881 Mischief USA Atalanta Canada Mischief
1885 Puritan USA Genesta England Puritan
1886 Mayflower USA Galatea England Mayflower
1887 Volunteer USA Thistle England Volunteer
1893 Vigilant USA Valkyrie II England Vigilant
1895 Defender USA Valkyrie III England Defender
1899 Columbia USA Shamrock Ireland Columbia
1901 Columbia USA Shamrock II Ireland Columbia
1903 Reliance USA Shamrock III Ireland Reliance
1920 Resolute USA Shamrock IV Ireland Resolute
1930 Enterprise USA Shamrock V N Ireland Enterprise
1934 Rainbow USA Endeavour England Rainbow
1937 Ranger USA Endeavour II England Ranger
1958 Columbia USA Sceptre England Columbia
1962 Weatherly USA Gretel Australia Weatherly
1964 Constellation USA Sovereign England
Constellation
1967 Intrepid USA Dame Pattie Australia Intrepid
1970 Intrepid USA Gretel II Australia Intrepid
1974 Courageous USA Southern Cross Australia
Courageous
1977 Courageous USA Australia Australia
Courageous
1980 Freedom USA Australia Australia Freedom
1983 Liberty USA Australia II Australia Australia II
1987 Kookaburra III Australia Stars & Stripes ’87 USA
Stars & Stripes ’87
1988 Stars & Stripes ’89 USA New Zealand New Zealand
Stars & Stripes
1992 America3 USA Il Moro di Venezia Italy America3
1995 Young America USA Team New Zealand New Zealand
Team New Zealand
2000 Team New Zealand New Zealand Luna Rossa Italy
Team New Zealand
2003 Team New Zealand New Zealand Alinghi Switzerland Alinghi
2007 Alinghi Switzerland Emirates Team New Zealand New Zealand Alinghi
2010 Alinghi 5 Switzerland USA 17 USA USA 17
2013 “17” USA Emirates Team New Zealand New Zealand “17”
2017 Oracle Team USA USA Emirates Team New Zealand New Zealand Emirates Team New Zealand

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The 2021 America’s Cup is the upcoming edition of the America’s Cup yacht race. It will be contested by the winner of the 2017 America’s Cup, Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, represented by their team, Emirates Team New Zealand, and the winner of the challenger selection series prior to the match. The “Challenger of Record”, a club that negotiates the racing protocol for the competition with the defender, is Circolo della Vela Sicilia who will be represented by their team Luna Rossa Challenge.

The event will take place in 2021

Entries for challengers open on 1 January 2018 and close on 30 June 2018 with late entries accepted until 31 December 2018. The America’s Cup World Series will be held in 2019 and 2020 with a Christmas regatta in December 2020. The Challenger series will be held in January and February 2021 with the America’s Cup match in March.

Prior to Emirates Team New Zealand winning the 35th America’s Cup in 2017, Oracle (the defender at the time) and the other four challengers had agreed a framework that would have seen them hold the 36th America’s Cup in 2019 and the 37th in 2021, with the existing 35th Cup class boats, AC50s, and a pre-selection America’s Cup World Series tournament with the same boats. However, Team New Zealand opted to not sign the framework agreement.[5][3]

Circolo della Vela Sicilia is the “Challenger of Record” for the 36th America’s Cup. Their team, Luna Rossa Challenge, had previously lost to Emirates Team New Zealand in the 2000 America’s Cup and the 2007 and 2013 Louis Vuitton Cup finals.

Ben Ainslie Racing and the New York Yacht Club have confirmed they will enter, led by Ben Ainslie and Terry Hutchinson respectively.

The Cup could be sailed in New Zealand’s Hauraki Gulf, on the East Coast of the North Island and based in Auckland City’s Waitematā Harbour as the venue. Italy has been announced as the backup venue.

The Cup will be sailed in 75 foot foiling monohulls. The boats are expected to have requirements around the boats being “constructed in country”.

Teams are allowed to build two boats each.

Twenty percent of sailors in each team must have passports from that country. The rest must meet a residency requirement: they must reside in that team’s country for 380 days from 1 September 2018 to 1 September 2020.[10]

 

  • Steve Mair, Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, Commodore; Agostino Randazzo Randazzo, Circolo della Vela Sicilia, Commodore (26 June 2017). “XXXVI America’s Cup. Circolo della Vela Sicilia Challenger of Record with Luna Rossa”. Luna Rossa Challenge.
  • “Press Release”. Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron. 19 July 2017.
  • “Grant Dalton to reveal America’s Cup plans in two weeks”. The New Zealand Herald. 27 June 2017.
  • “Team NZ promise new America’s Cup boat will be ‘the future of monohull sailing'”. Stuff.
  • 35th America’s Cup Organization. “The Future of the America’s Cup”.
  • Clarey, Christopher (29 September 2017). “America’s Cup Will Return to Monohulls in 2021” – via www.nytimes.com.
  • http://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=11930225
  • France, Marvin (27 June 2017). “Auld Mug headed back to Auckland as next America’s Cup takes shape”. Stuff.co.nz.
  • “Here’s where the next America’s Cup could take place”. The New Zealand Herald. 27 June 2017.
  • “Recap: America’s Cup 2021 rules reveal”. Stuff.
  • “Sailing: Monohulls confirmed for next America’s Cup”. The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 12 September 2017.

“Team New Zealand confirm they will strengthen nationality component for next America’s Cup”. Stuff.co.nz. Retrieved 19 July 2017.

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