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America’s Cup

Multi or big mono : you are undecided

The poll made the Class America out and same score for other choices

mercredi 10 mars 2010Christophe Guigueno

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Here are the result of the poll about your favorite support for the next America’s Cup America's Cup #AmericasCup published on www.seasailsurf.com. After 128 votes, you kept youselves undecided about bouth multihulls or big monohulls.

First thing : The Class America is out. Cupausaurus yachts are now history. We will remember them on beatifull books about the past America’s Cup America's Cup #AmericasCup (even if they are still competing in New Zealand). But the match between the american trimaran and the swiss cat made them oldies and not goodies enough to be back in the America’s Cup America's Cup #AmericasCup .

Then the choice was between the multihulls and big monohulls. ORMA style trimarans (60’) ou 70’ cats such as the ones imaginated by Russell Cuotts himself could be the good ones (with hard sails). Or the new Defender and and Challenger of Record Record #sailingrecord will keep the match-races aboard monohulls such as big RC44 ? We’ll see. The choice of the racing port will make the difference. Advantage for multis if the 34th Cup take place in San Francisco ?

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