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  • Two Teams Return for 2018..!

      We love this time of year, both for the festivity and because we are  just over 150 days until the teams competing in the 2018 Atlantic Cup depart Charleston, South Carolina bound for Brooklyn, New York and the finish of Leg 1 of America’s longest and most sustainable sailing race. Preparations continue to move forward at a[…..]

  • Transat Jacques Vabre Preview

    One of the iconic offshore distance races held every other year starts on Sunday, November 5th. Our very own Sam Holliday is on the ground in Le Havre and below is his preview of who to watch in the Class40 race.  The Transat Jacque Vabre is an event that has firmly secured itself as one[…..]

  • New Sponsors and Teams Announced for 2018 Race

        The Atlantic Cup Announces Three New Race Partners: United Airlines Mileage Plus Exclusives, Hyatt Place Charleston and CODE-ZERO   Plus first two teams announced: Dragon Ocean Racing and Oakcliff Racing NEWPORT, RI (November 1, 2017) – With preparations underway for the 2018 Atlantic Cup, Manuka Sports Event Management, organizers of the USA’s toughest offshore[…..]

  • The 6th Edition of the Atlantic Cup Starts May 26, 2018

    The Atlantic Cup Returns For 6th Edition May 26, 2018 Longest Offshore Race in the Western Atlantic Will Visit Charleston, Brooklyn and Portland   NEWPORT, RI (May 26, 2018) – Manuka Sports Event Management announced today the sixth edition of the Atlantic Cup. The longest offshore race in the Western Atlantic dedicated to the Class40 will[…..]

  • Atlantic Cup Announces 2016 Sustainability Achievements

      THE MOST SUSTAINABLE SAILING RACE IN THE UNITED STATES ANNOUNCES 2016 ENVIRONMENTAL ACHIEVEMENTS The Atlantic Cup presented by 11th Hour Racing is first sports event in the U.S. to be ISO 20121 compliant and the only sailing race in the U.S. to be carbon neutral since 2012 NEWPORT, RI (October 25, 2016) – The[…..]

  • Leg 2, Day 2

        View this email in your browser The wind was stronger than expected after the start of leg two of the The Atlantic Cup presented by 11th Hour Racing. The teams were able to make their way down the coast of Long Island “faster than traffic moves on the Long Island Expressway!” said Mike Hennessy of Dragon. “This first[…..]

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