The 36th America's Cup presented by PRADA includes three events spanning December to March - the America's Cup World Series Auckland, the PRADA Cup and the main event, the 36th America's Cup Match. With races sailed closer to the shore than any past America's Cup campaign, the events will be inclusive and inviting to anyone who wants to get in on the action.
Races will take place on race days between 4:00 and 6:00 pm each day and are expected to be about 35 minutes long, including pre-start.
The 36th America's Cup presented by PRADA Cup Village will be situated in the heart of Auckland's city centre at the start of Hobson Wharf. Open daily, this completely free public space will bring the 36th America’s Cup to life with local New Zealand food and beverage and dedicated performance spaces. The Cup Village will be open one week prior to the first regatta in December.
If you plan to get on the water amongst the action, then register your details on the official America's Cup website. Before heading out, be sure to review the Auckland Harbourmaster's advice for navigating the Waitematā Harbour and Hauaki Gulf and adhering to special rules in place during the events.
Can't make it to the action? Don't worry, the 36th America's Cup will be broadcast in more than 100 countries around the world on free-to-air television, with the Gold Network providing radio coverage and TVNZ 1 as the home broadcaster. Races will also be streamed on YouTube, Facebook and the official America's Cup website.
Make the most of your America’s Cup experience by planning your transport and always giving yourself plenty of time. With limited parking, public transport and micro-mobility options, such as walking and cycling will be your best way to get to the racing and other events happening outside of the 36th America's Cup.
Make sure you have your AT HOP card ready and download the AT Mobile App for up to the minute information and to keep you informed of any changes
The five designated racecourses in the Hauraki Gulf and Waitematā Harbour offer a range of options to cater to different wind directions and conditions. Surrounding geographical landmarks will provide top-notch vantage points for spectators and fans dependent on course location.