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l2 US l7 Weatherly

1962 America's Cup Winner

The acclaimed yacht designer Philip Rhodes, designed only one 12 Meter in his career, the Cup winner Weatherly! She is stunning to see under sail, with long overhangs and the finely tapered ends of a classic. Beautifully appointed below decks, she glistens with raised mahogany paneling, tufted leather seating, and the warm glow of varnished woo..

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l2 US l9 Nefertiti

Ted Hood's 1962 Powerful Contender

Her seaworthiness was clearly demonstrated during her second life of ocean voyaging around the world. America's Cup Charters brought her back from Durban, South Africa to join her stable mates in the familiar racing waters of Newport, RI. Thoroughly restored to her former glory she remains a pleasure to sail. Ted Hood's first America's Cup ..

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l2 US 2l American Eagle

Ted Turner's Famous Champion

Headed by Reynolds duPont, the AURORA Syndicate commissioned Bill Luders of Stamford, CT to design and build the sleek 1964 America's Cup Contender. American Eagle was the "bird" to beat - winning 20 out of 21 races in the June and July trials held off Newport, RI. By summer's end, Constellation had gained the upper hand and earned the right to..

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l2 US 22 Intrepid

1967 & 1970 winner of The America's Cup

Twice Winner of the America's Cup, the incomparable 12 Meter Intrepid is close to the hearts of many sailors. 12 US 22 is one of the most famous racing yachts of all time. As the first Twelve to separate the rudder from the keel, include a "bustle" or "kicker" and add a trim tab, she marked a major breakthrough in Twelve Meter design. Her d..

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Other Classic Yachts

Other Classic Yachts

America's Cup Charters is a full-service yacht charter company. We represent distinctive classic sailing and power yachts available for charter out of Newport, RI and along the New England coast. Varnished mahogany, scrubbed teak and gleaming brass accent these beauties.

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