Video above published Apr 23, 2017
01:03 – VO65 - Winding the clock back
10:45 – Capsizing a $multi-million Cup boat…..and recovering
11:47 - How America’s Cup boats fly – Foils explained
17:21 - Trofeo Princesa Sofia – The classic Palma regatta
18:51 - TP52 Super Series - A new pecking order in Miami
Winding the clock back on a Volvo 65 and taking a race boat that already has over 40,000 hard miles under its keel might not be your idea of a perfect start for another lap of the planet. But the newly refurbished fleet of Volvo 65s are better than new. We went to Portugal to find out how this can be so. Plus, capsizing a $multimillion America’s Cup catamaran raises heart rates. We find out how AC foiling works. We head to Palma for the Tropheo Princesa Sofia and then to Miami for the TP52 Super Series.
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