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    The American Magic syndicate is frustrated there is still no confirmed schedule for the America's Cup World Series next year

    The American Magic syndicate is frustrated there is still no confirmed schedule for the America's Cup World Series next year


    Only one regatta has been confirmed, for Cagliari in late April, the first time the new AC75 yachts will be pitted against each other.

    But after successfully launching their first Cup boat in Newport Rhode Island, skipper Dean Barker has criticised organisers for not finalising a regatta programme.



    Dean Barker says while they would like to be based in Auckland by the middle of next year, they can't plan anything until the world series regattas are finalised.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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