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04-12-2006 08:15 AM
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NZL-84 already on the water @ Valencia Sailing

NZL-84, the brand new boat of the America's Cup challenger from New Zealand, made today her debut (to the best of our knowledge) in Port America's Cup. She was lowered in the water at around noon for what is probably the first two-boat training session of Emirates Team New Zealand, here in Valencia this year.As one can see from the pictures, the Kiwi team was extremely careful not to reveal any details of the brand new boat, covering her with the now common "skirts". As with any other new boat in Valencia, we wish her good luck and look forward to watching excellent racing by Grant DaltonManaging Director of Emirates Team New ZealandClick for more info, Dean BarkerHelmsman of Emirates Team New ZealandClick for more info and the rest of the team. NZL-84, the brand new boat of Emirates Team New Zealand preparing for the first two-boat training session in Valencia this year. Valencia, 12 April 2006. Photo taken by Pierre Orphanidis / Valencia SailingNZL-82 and NZL-84 of Emirates Team New Zealand preparing for the first two-boat training session in Valencia this year. Valencia, 12 April 2006. Photo taken by Pierre Orphanidis / Valencia SailingNZL-82 and NZL-84 of Emirates Team New Zealand preparing for the first two-boat training session in Valencia this year. NZL-84 is already in the water and is recognized by her distinctive bow shape. Valencia, 12 April 2006. Photo taken by Pierre Orphanidis / Valencia Sailing Direct Link

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