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  • Welcome Fore Points Marina, Plus Check out the New Teams, and the NOR is now available

    *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*     Although the leaves are turning and the weather is getting colder, preparations at Manuka SEM are heating up as the 2020 Atlantic Cup, is shaping up to be the biggest one yet!  The USA’s toughest offshore race is estimated to have between 20 and 25 teams on the start line in Charleston next[…..]

  • 2020 Atlantic Cup Announced

    THE ATLANTIC CUP RETURNS FOR 7TH EDITION JUNE 2020 Longest Offshore Race in the Western Atlantic to Start in Charleston, with a stop-over in New York and finish in Portland                      2018 Atlantic Cup Champion Eärendil will return to compete in 2020 (Photo Credit: Billy Black) NEWPORT, RI(June 19, 2019) – Manuka Sports[…..]

  • 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 the two offshore legs and held on to a[…..]

  • Day One of Inshore Series Kicks Off in Portland

        With variable winds ranging from 7-12 knots of a north, northwesterly breeze, it was a hot match on Casco Bay as the ten boat fleet battled closely to move up the rankings in the 2018 Atlantic Cup Inshore Series. Amhas took the first race on their home while Angola Cables crossed the finish line first[…..]

  • North Sails Expert Leg 2 Review

    North Sails President Ken Read Provides His Outlook On The Second Leg Of The Atlantic Cup Leg two has been a terrific test for these crews. As predicted, quite the opposite journey from the first 600 miles, in which we saw fast boat speeds, high winds, and some tough lumps for a few retirees. The[…..]

  • Toothface II and Dragon Join Eärendil On The Leg Two Podium

          From the Angola Cables Start Line in New York City, the fleet of Class40s battled upwind to round the virtual mark ‘Point Alpha’ off the Nantucket Shoals. Throughout the race to Portland, competitors fought gusts of up to nearly 40 knots and a steep and choppy sea state that brought physical, mental[…..]

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