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Team Adventure and The 34th America's Cup

For the first time in the history of the America's Cup, the 34th edition will be competed for in San Francisco, California using Wing Sail Powered 72 Foot Catamarans in the summer of 2013.  Skipper Cam Lewis was trimming the wing on the Stars and Stripes Wing Sail Powered in the 1988 America's Cup in San Diego when they won the Cup racing against the huge KZ-1 New Zealand Monohull.  We plan to be involved in this spectacular AC34 event in some fashion.

One of the most exciting opportunities exists with a complete refit of our catamaran, either in Rhode Island or in San Francisco starting later in the summer with the TA cat ready for some VIP and Corporate sailing opportunities in San Francisco Bay and the around the West Coast.

A few local races with VIPs are planned and even a shot at some of the Transpac Records that both Cam and Larry have helped set on Explorer and Geronimo from LA and San Francisco to Hawaii and beyond. There are also a couple of winter races to Mexico to consider.


25 February, 2010 - The America's Cup and Beyond

The 33rd America’s Cup, Valencia Spain.

Alinghi based in Switzerland was the defender and BMW Oracle based in California was the challenger of record, both had intense run ups to this February Match Up. On the water and in the courts in New York. It became obvious last December that a Deed of Gift match was on starting on February 8th, 2010.

The “Call” came in late January to get to Valencia to work with BMW Oracle on their VIP/Media relations team. Wow this will be cool I thought- working for the American’s who had a darn good chance to win with a wing sail powered monster size trimaran!

Read more: 25 February, 2010 - The America's Cup and Beyond


6 February - a look back at 2009

2009 was a fantastic year for core crew of TEAM ADVENTURE and 2010 looks to be even better.

Cam Lewis, always on the move, started out the year racing on CREAM, a gunboat 48 catamaran in the RORC 600, a fun regatta in the Caribbean.

In September Cam joined Hugo Stenbeck and his crew on Sophie II to race in the 6 meter World Championships in Newport, Rhode Island. After an amazingly close and hard fought battle Sophie II came out victorious. Next is was the Maxi Transatlantic Race on the Super Yacht, SOJANA sailing from Tenerife to St Maarten.

Read more: 6 February - a look back at 2009


21 august - summer 2009 by Cam Lewis

The summer of 2009 has been the most exciting few months in sailing ever. Sailing Records have been smashed with amazing results. Most noteworthy is Banque Populaire, the newest of the Giant Class of Ocean racing multihulls, BP crossed the Atlantic from Ambrose Light off New York City to the Lizard Point light off of the UK in 3 days, 15 hours and 25 minutes at blistering average speed of 32.94 Knots, 61 KPH, or 37.90 MPH.

Read more: 21 august - summer 2009 by Cam Lewis


15 April 05 - time for a new beginning

There is always a time for a new beginning and now is that time for Team Adventure. After almost four years on the sideline, the TA team is back up and running with a new objective: to rewrite the record books in all major offshore records. The first one is to be the first boat to circumnavigate the world in less than 50 days.

Read more: 15 April 05 - time for a new beginning


10 January 05 - looking ahead

The Team Adventure crew worked very hard to secure backing to participate in the Oryx Quest 2005, but were not successful. Disappointed, but not discouraged, they have refocused their efforts and now have their sights squarely on the second event out of the Middle East, the Quest Qatar 2006. This event, due to start from Doha, Qatar, in November 2006 immediately following the Asian Games, will pit maxi-multihulls and maxi-monohulls against each other for the first time in head-to-head competition.

Read more: 10 January 05 - looking ahead


28 june - the hard part is getting to the start

There is a marked difference between preparing for a race around the world and actually sailing around the world. Once the start gun fires the boat takes off, its voyage unimpeded and with blistering speed the task of circumnavigating gets done one mile at a time. In stark contrast getting to the start line is step by step series of setbacks and frustration. And so it is for Cam and the Team Adventure team as they prepare for The Oryx Cup. That’s not to say that progress is not being made.

Read more: 28 june - the hard part is getting to the start




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