The jam-packed event schedule for the 35th America’s Cup presented by Louis Vuitton begins on May 26th with the first of the round robin races for the Louis Vuitton America's Cup Qualifiers to determine the Semi-Finalists for the knock out phase of the competition.
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The jam-packed schedule continues with the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger series. At this point things start to get serious as the four remaining teams look to advance to the America's Cup Match presented by Louis Vuitton - only one team can progress and the battle will be intense over the six days of racing that will define the outcome of the 35th America's Cup.
The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoffs shall comprise a Semi-Final and Final stage. Only the top four (4) placed Challengers from the Qualifiers will compete in the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoffs. The top placed Challenger from the Qualifiers shall choose its opponent in the Semi-Finals stage of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoffs. The remaining two (2) Challengers shall race each other. The winner of each Semi-Final shall be the first Challenger to score at least five (5) points after applying any penalties. The winner of each Semi-Final shall compete against each other in the Final stage. The winner of the Final stage will be the first Challenger to score at least five (5) points after applying any penalties. The Challenger that wins the Final stage shall qualify to compete against the Defender in America's Cup Match presented by Louis Vuitton.
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The most anticipated weekend's of the 35th America's Cup. With five strong challengers this could be one of the greatest finals that the event has ever seen. Make sure that you are with us to witness history on the Great Sound in beautiful Bermuda.
The final weekend of the whole event, who will be lifting the famous trophy and crowned the winner of the 35th America's Cup?
*packages priced per person based on two sharing
*package price per person, based on two sharing
Competed over a maximum of 13 races, the winner will be the first team to get to 7 points. With back to back weekends in the schedule it means that racing will continue until at least Sunday 25th June, with the likelihood being that it will continue on to Monday 26th and even Tuesday 27th. It will be a thrilling few days of racing that will see the very best sailors and teams in the world pit their skills against each other. The winner takes the America's Cup, something only four countries have achieved in the history of the sport and only three different teams have achieved since the turn of the century.