YACHT special for the America's Cup
The America’s Cups have never been so close since the series began in 1851. Take the chance and experience the event in southern Sweden up close. Who sails where and when? What is the mood? Can I go there quickly now? Our special has all the answers.
You can only really cheer if you know exactly how the cup works. In our 32-page special - from tomorrow at the kiosk - you have the chance to take a look behind the scenes.
What does the day of an America’s Cupper actually look like? Tim Kröger from Team Shosholoz describes a working day during the cup - every 14 hours, sometimes longer. And he explains clearly which of the 17 sailors on board has to do what exactly, how the afterguard and foredeck work together and how the trimming is carried out.
Brand new at this America’s Cup is that some races in the acts are held as fleet races. What is different compared to the Match races, and how does the strategy have to change? Malte Philipp isHead coach of the DSV and explains what is important
In our interview we ask Matthias Paschen, who has just been signed up by the German team, about the mood in the crew and the chances at the cup.
In addition, the special issue contains a detailed service section for everyone who Decide to go there at the last minute - with answerson arrival, daily events, race courses, marinas, hotels, spectator boats and much more.