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America’s Cup: New Zealand’s victory at the speed of the wind

America’s Cup is a matter of time. Day after day, race after race. Vince crosses the finish line first. That’s what he did Team New Zealand vs Luna Rosa. Te Rehutai, the Maori name that comes from sea foam, was the fastest boat. It appears to be equal to two knots, at a meter per second rate, compared to opponents in some situations.

Because it’s only a matter of time, you can’t miss the congratulations OmegaEmirates Airline Team New Zealand partner, to win the 36th America’s Cup in 7 to 3 races, after a tough battle in the waters of Auckland at Waitemata Harbour.

New Zealand’s UAE win in 2021 lifts the fourth America’s Cup, for New Zealanders who won in 1995, 2000 and 2017.Omega has been a proud supporter of Emirates New Zealand since 1995and was the official timekeeper at this year’s regatta in Auckland, reprising a key role he had twice played in 2000 and 2003.

So Omega was measuring the times and the gaps in the nights of regattas for Italy. It was specifically characteristic of this edition of the America’s Cup The speed of the boats that seemed to fly Thanks to its avant-garde design: T-wing watercraft are installed on the port and right, a semi-zigzag double-skin mainsail and the absence of a keel. They are space boats, fast as the wind and ready for the next adventure. Emirates New Zealand will once again be the defending champion when the big showdown on the waves is repeated.

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