Came to the American Sailing Cup competition village to see, the view of the bay here is truly unsurpassed. The air is extremely fresh, without the slightest pollution, and the scenery can be said to be quite refreshing.
Auckland, the capital of a thousand sails, owns a sailing boat on average for three people, which is also the highest in the world. The America's Cup Regatta is their passion. Like the All Black football team, it is their favorite.
In the afternoon, we will visit the Oakland Sailing Bay. Yachts and sailing boats in the Bay, with sailing masts standing in the wind, is a unique landscape of Auckland! very addictive! !
Auckland is one of the most famous seaport cities in the world. It is the city with the most sailing boats in the world and is known as the "Sailing Capital". The American Sailing Cup Race Village is an area developed to commemorate the victory in the 2000 America's Cup. It was also the place where previous America's Cup sailing events were held. At the entrance of the competition village, the sailing boats that won the competition were parked.
Then take a car to the Sailing Club, which is located near a maritime museum on the waterfront. There is a sailing boat known as New Zealand No. 1 on the outdoor road. The tour guide said that this is a sailing boat that has won the world championship. Because there are still boats at the nearby pier the day after tomorrow, and the day after the light rain today is sunny, but the wind is very strong, so everyone just rushed by the seashore to slightly watch the densely packed sailboats and yachts in the harbor. When driving here to see the roadside shops are basically inseparable from the content of the sailing boat, and facing the nearby buildings, the tour guide told us that this is the location of the former America’s Cup sailing village. The America’s Cup, together with the Men’s Football World Cup and the Tennis Davis Cup, are collectively referred to as the "Three World Cups." New Zealand won the 29th America’s Cup in 1995 and successfully defended it at the 30th America’s Cup in 1999. It can be said that sailing has almost become a project that New Zealanders are extremely proud of, so New Zealand also has the reputation of "Sail Capital".
Preston_Dominguez: 2 Sir Peter Blake Parade, Bayswater
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Auckland Harbour Bridge,Auckland Ferry Terminal,Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum,American Boats Direct,Britomart