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Port decision gives hope for land-based America’s Cup spectators

America’s Cup defenders Team New Zealand are hoping that a Wednesday decision by Ports of Auckland will make it possible for two of their proposed five courses for next year’s regatta to be reinstated. Auckland’s harbourmaster had restricted the use of the courses closest to the city’

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – America’s Cup defenders Team New Zealand are hoping that a Wednesday decision by Ports of Auckland will make it possible for two of their proposed five courses for next year’s regatta to be reinstated.

Auckland’s harbourmaster had restricted the use of the courses closest to the city’s waterfront and the North Shore’s eastern beaches, which would have enabled land-based spectators to watch the AC75 foiling monohulls.

An independent arbitration panel then ruled on an appeal from the challenging teams last…

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