Entries by Paul Cayard

AMERICAONE REMAINS UNBEATEN IN ROUND ROBIN 1

AUCKLAND, New Zealand, October 20, 1999 – AmericaOne, the San Francisco-based St. Francis Yacht Club’s America’s Cup 2000 challenger, used their bye in the fifth flight to prepare for the afternoon match against Le Delfi’s Sixieme Sens (FRA 46). Having lost the start by seconds, AmericaOne quickly overtook the lead position by pointing higher and […]

AMERICAONE REMAINS UNDEFEATED WITH A TOTAL OF FOUR POINTS

FAST2000 Has A Not So hAPpy Day — Nippon Warriors Combat 49ers Furiously AUCKLAND, New Zealand, October 19, 1999 – AmericaOne, the San Francisco-based St. Francis Yacht Club’s America’s Cup 2000 challenger, won both races, defeating FAST2000 and Nippon Challenge, on day two of the Louis Vuitton Cup for the 2000 America’s Cup season. In […]

Seahorse May 1999

One year ago, I was climbing off EF Language in Southampton after the best sailing experience of my life. Now I am in the middle of a political campaign. I have just crossed the famous 40 yard line. It is not easy mentally. Physically, I had to go into the shop. My shoulder gave up […]

Sydney Hobart Disaster

I am sure a lot will be written in all sailing periodicals this month about the last Sydney to Hobart Race. It was very sad to hear of people losing their lives. It seems so senseless for a sport. The recounting of the conditions that I have heard from crew on Sayonara is incredible. For […]