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  •   Home > News > Sports > Sailing

    Team New Zealand will soon finally have some competition on the Waitemata and Hauraki Gulf

    Team New Zealand will soon finally have some competition on the Waitemata and Hauraki Gulf


    American Magic's first AC75 has docked in Auckland after a more than month long journey from Florida.

    It'll be transferred to the syndicate's base on the Viaduct Harbour and should be out on the water late next month.

    CEO Terry Hutchinson says it's a great milestone for American Magic.



    Helmsman Dean Barker ends his 14 days of quarantine tomorrow in time to greet the boat at the base.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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