35th Americas Cup: The Moorings Named Official Yacht Supplier

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The 35th America’s Cup will be hosted in Bermuda between May 26 and June 27, 2017 during which the most elite sailing teams in the world battle for the highly sought-after trophy and title. 

As an official yacht supplier for the 35th America’s Cup, The Moorings is offering spectators the opportunity to watch the racing action and excitement from the deck of their own sail catamaran. Sailing enthusiasts and America’s Cup fans are invited to charter their own private Crewed Moorings 4800 or Moorings 5800 yacht, complete with a captain and gourmet chef.
 
The yachts offer personalized meals, a fully-stocked bar and premium access to the designated on water spectator zone located in front of the America’s Cup Village at the Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda

“The Moorings is proud to partner with such a prestigious and significant sporting event that draws international support from some of the most prominent brands in the world. We are honored to offer this once in a lifetime opportunity for charter guests to experience the event in such a unique and memorable way,” said Josie Tucci, general manager of The Moorings. 

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Bermuda is a popular destination among sailors with 181 islands and 64 miles of coastline. Bermuda offers some of the best snorkeling in the world accompanied by crystal clear waters and pink-sand beaches. June offers prime racing conditions and creates the perfect environment for the time-honored America’s Cup.
 
“Interest in the 35th America’s Cup is growing significantly every day and now, with the Moorings joining us as an Official Yacht Supplier, we have another fantastic way for visitors to experience Bermuda and watch the greatest race on water in May and June,” said Dan Barnett, chief commercial officer of the America’s Cup Event Authority.

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