Sails and Salt Air - 150th Jubilee Cowes England

Sails and Salt Air – 150th Jubilee Cowes England

150th Americas Cup Jubilee Regatta: On August 22nd 1851, at exactly 1000hrs, a gun fired by the Royal Yacht Squadron signaled the start of a race that would change the history of yachting. The low black schooner America’s overwhelming victory heralded the beginning of the modern age of yacht racing and her legacy, the America’s Cup, has become the world’s oldest and most famous sporting trophy. The 150th America’s Cup Jubilee Regatta celebrated the yachts, the champions and the characters of the ‘Auld Mug’ who have captured the hearts and minds of yachting enthusiasts the world over. Through a history of ever changing rules, controversy and intense competition, the determination and physical courage of those that compete for the America’s Cup remains as strong today as it was one hundred and fifty years ago.

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