Rematch booked!

Emirates Team New Zealand have beaten Sweden’s Artemis Racing in the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Finals to emerge the dominant team, and now look forward to an intense battle with Oracle Team USA for the Cup.

Sunshine and fun times

Racing wrapped up along the north-east edge of the vast expanse of Port Phillip at the 27th Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta with a third and final light air day for the Queen’s Birthday public holiday, Monday 12 June 2017.

Artemis on target

Australia’s 49er ace Nathan Outteridge, has steered Artemis Racing to a decisive victory in the semi-finals of the America’s Cup, crushing Softbank Team Japan Cup dreams.

Cat versus Pony – who wins?

The ultimate challenge of strength was set from one Bathurst winner to another at Australia’s Greatest boatyard – Tony Longhurst’s The Boat Works on the Gold Coast.

Royal demonstration

The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club welcomed Prince Harry to its sailing demonstration as part of the Sydney launch of the Invictus Games.

Back in the ring

The America’s Cup contest is delivering heartbreak and hope for the challengers with Emirates Team New Zealand moving a step closer to a rematch with Oracle Team USA, by beating Sir Ben Ainslie’s Land Rover BAR team in the semi-finals.

Damage control

The first real taste of redline conditions at the America’s Cup has left shore crews scrambling to repair the damage in time to get boats back out on the water for the next round of races.

Crucial victory

At the end of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifying Round, Oracle Team USA has emerged on top. The win means Team USA will go into the opening America’s Cup match, on June 17 with one bonus point.