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2022 Atlantic Cup Starts May 22

          Dear Class40 Skippers, We are writing to you today with exciting news that the 8th edition of the Atlantic Cup will return on May 22, 2022! The Atlantic Cup is the only dedicated Class40 race in the United States and with its unique format it is a true test of a[…..]

2020 Atlantic Cup Cancelled

        2020 Atlantic Cup Cancelled due to COVID-19 Pandemic Atlantic Cup Kids programming will be made available virtually    MARCH 31, 2020 – Newport, Rhode Island – It is with great regret that Manuka Sports Event Management announces the unavoidable cancellation of the 2020 Atlantic Cup, which was scheduled to take place[…..]

Atlantic Cup Kids Online Learning Now Available!

  In times like these, we recognize the tremendous amount of stress on parents and teachers to keep kids engaged and learning in a remote environment.     To help alleviate some of that stress, Atlantic Cup Kids presented by 11th Hour Racing has a variety of worksheets on marine life, barrier islands, weather and glaciers that[…..]

Atlantic Cup Kids 2020 plus two new teams are announced!

    We’re excited to announce 11th Hour Racing will return as the Official Education Partner for the 2020 Atlantic Cup. With 11th Hour Racing’s support, we’ll be able to expand upon the already hugely successful Atlantic Cup Kids Program that has since reached more than 4,000 students!   The Atlantic Cup Kids Program provides an[…..]

11th Hour Racing Returns as Official Education Partner of the Atlantic Cup

Since 2012 over 4,200 students have participated in Atlantic Cup Kids Days MARCH 12, 2020 – Newport, Rhode Island – Manuka Sports Event Management is pleased to announce 11th Hour Racing as the Official Education Partner for the 2020 Atlantic Cup. With 11th Hour Racing’s support, the Atlantic Cup is able to expand upon the[…..]

T-100 Days to the 2020 Atlantic Cup

      America’s offshore race, The Atlantic Cup, starts in 100 days!   Race prep is getting busier and busier with each day and the 2020 race is shaping up to have one of the largest fleets in race history! We’re excited to welcome two new teams to the Atlantic Cup! Offshore sailing Legend[…..]

A Champion Returns to The Atlantic Cup

    This is a wonderful time of year, both for the festivity and because we’re just under 160 days until the 2020 Atlantic Cup departs Charleston, South Carolina in America’s Offshore Race! With an estimated 20 to 22 teams on the start line in June, the Atlantic Cup race organizers have been working hard in the[…..]

2019 Transat Jacques Vabre Preview

One of the iconic offshore distance races held every other year starts on Sunday, October 27th and The Atlantic Cup’s very own Sam Holliday is on the ground preparing the IMOCA 60 Campagne de France. Here is his preview of who’s who and who are the ones to watch!  © Jean-Louis Carli/Alea LE HAVRE, FRANCE[…..]

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[…..]

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