America's Cup San Francisco covers it all, from the story of bringing the world's oldest sporting trophy to the Golden Gate Yacht Club and building the new-look America's Cup organization, to the launch of the AC72s--the fastest, most demanding catamarans on the planet. Get to know the teams who wield these powerful boats, the design challenges behind their build, and how the world's best sailors harness the elements to make them fly.
With a distinct focus on San Francisco, this souvenir keepsake not only follows the quest for the world's oldest trophy as it unfolds in the blustery winds and beautiful waters of San Francisco Bay, but also offers a unique perspective on neighborhoods and landmarks throughout the city. Complete with photographs from the world's foremost marine photographers and a removable race map, America's Cup San Francisco: The Official Guide is the ultimate companion to the 34th America's Cup.
About the Author
: Kimball Livingston has been covering sailing in the Bay Area since the 1970s. Editor-at-large for "Sail Magazine" and author of "Sailing the Bay," Livingston has established himself as the voice for San Francisco's sailing culture. He lives in San Francisco, California.
Roger Vaughan has been covering the America's Cup since the 1960s, publishing features in "Life, Sail Magazine, Sailing World," and "The Yacht." He is also the author of several books, including "America's Cup XXVII, The Official Record." He lives in Oxford, Maryland.
Photo editor of "Sailing on the Edge," Sharon Green is known for her spectacular "Ultimate Sailing" calendars, and is currently working on her highly anticipated book, "30 Years of Ultimate Sailing." She lives in Santa Barbara, California.
Gilles Martin-Raget is the official photographer for "America's Cup 34," and is frequently published in many prominent sailing magazines, including "Yachting World" and "Nautique." He lives in Marseille, France.
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: 23rd July 2013
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 28.0 x 21.6 x 2.03
Weight (kg): 0.87