The AC75 (America's Cup 75 class) is a 75-ft monohull sailboat class, governing the construction and operation of the yachts to be used in the 2021 America's Cup. Conceptual graphics were proposed by the defender on 20 November 2017, and the full Class Rule rule was first published on 29 March 2018.
The monohull boats feature foils and a "soft wing" mainsail.
Here it is! The ground-breaking new #americascup class race boat concept. The #AC75 is the bold new high performance fully foiling monohull. Or is it the foiling International Moth Kraken...whatever it is it's going to be brutal!
INEOS TEAM UK has been formed to challenge for the 36th America’s Cup. The world class Team skippered by Sir Ben Ainslie has the best chance ever to bring the world’s oldest international sporting trophy back to Britain for the first time. Representing Royal Yacht Squadron Racing, under whose fla...
New Series - Get to know some of the very top sailors around the world with VRsport.tv. 'CJ' has an impressive resume and has been on some of the fastest boats including the AC75 and Superfoilers - we caught up with him at the J70 UK Nationals.
The AC75 foil cant system has been in design for the past six months led by Emirates Team New Zealand Project Manager Peter ‘Brush’ Thomas, with PLC Engineer Ryan Thomas and Carsten Mueller who has led the hydraulic development.
The gathering of the Defender and Challengers in Cowes showcasing the biggest sailing show on earth. Interviews with Grant Dalton and Peter Burling (Emirates Team New Zealand), Sir Ben Ainslie (INEOS Team UK), Max Sirena (Luna Rossa Challenge) and Terry Hutchinson (American Magic). Video Credits:...