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145-Eärendil 2018 Atlantic Cup Champs! 

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Toothface wins final inshore race and Leg 3!

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Eärendil Wins Leg 2 Of The 2018 Atlantic Cup 

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America's Toughest Offshore Race


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145 – Eärendil captures 2018 Atlantic Cup

French/Italian team #145 Eärendil, skippered by Catherine Pourre and Pietro Luciani, captured the 2018 Atlantic Cup as they dominated the two offshore legs and held on to a narrow advantage as #128 Toothface II closed the gap with exceptional racing in the inshore series. The Portland-based #127 Amhas, skippered by Micah Davis and Rob Windsor, placed third after a consistent performance throughout the two-week event. Read More HERE

Full race results can be seen HERE.

The Longest Offshore Race in the Western Atlantic

The Atlantic Cup is a hard-fought, intense double-handed, offshore race held on the eastern seaboard of the United States every other spring in the even years. With over 1,000 nautical miles of offshore racing, the Atlantic Cup is the longest offshore race in the Western Atlantic. And with three different stages, a long distance leg, a sprint leg and a crewed inshore series, the Atlantic Cup is one of the toughest sailing races around. In addition, the Atlantic Cup provides shore-based activities for fans of all ages plus it is the most environmentally sustainable sailing race in the U.S.

America’s Most Sustainable Sailing Race

The Atlantic Cup is committed to being the most environmentally responsible sailing race in the United States. Since 2012, teams and race management have worked together with the past presenting sponsor, 11th Hour Racing, to create a fully carbon neutral event. In 2016, the Atlantic Cup was the very first sporting event in the United States to be ISO 20121 compliant and the only sailing regatta to be certified Platinum by Sailors for the Sea.

We encourage you to explore our sustainability page to learn more about the unique steps the race, its teams and sustainability partner, 11th Hour Racing, are taking to make this a truly sustainable event. Learn more about sustainable sailing!

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Eärendil Wins 2018 Atlantic Cup

        Eärendil wins 2018 Atlantic Cup by One point over Toothface     Catherine Pourre is first woman to win Atlantic Cup PORTLAND, ME (June 10, 2018) –  French/Italian team #145 Eärendil, skippered by Catherine Pourre and Pietro Luciani, captured the 2018 Atlantic Cup as they dominated ...

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