The first elements of Artemis’s AC72 Wing have left the shed in Valencia, Spain. More to follow soon.
Sauter Carbon Offset Design presents the DynaWing AC72, the 34th America’s Cup Challenger that could prove to be faster and certainly less prone to capsize than the Oracle 22 meter Racing Cat with a 40 meter Wingsail. The DynaWing AC72 employs a Schooner rig featuring a hybrid Wingmast and mainsail combination that delivers a dynamic … Read more
(Source: Americas Cup) For the first time ever in the America’s Cup, a shared design program is being offered to the entered teams to jump-start designs of the fast, high-tech AC72s, the new wing-sailed catamarans to be launched next year. With the surge of new teams that just entered the 34th America’s Cup, the 15 … Read more
Future Fibres is very excited to announce the completion of contracts for wing manufacture and assembly for Artemis Racing´s AC72 in their challenge for the 34th America´s Cup in San Francisco in 2013. Having set out from scratch, just one year ago, to create a world class carbon spar manufacturing facility, next door to the … Read more
(Source: Americas Cup) Teams agree to one size wing for all conditions America’s Cup competitors this week amended the AC 72 class rule, the design rule that will govern the development of the Cup class wing-sailed catamarans for the 34th America’s Cup and the America’s Cup World Series events in 2012. The rule had been … Read more