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The Story of the America's Cup

The Story of the America's Cup

1851-2021

By (author) Ranulf Rayner
By (author) Tim Thompson

£35.00

Publishing 14th Mar 2022
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    • Awe-inspiring and breathtaking, this volume takes sailing beyond its competitive limits; throwing caution to the winds, it is exciting and terrifying at turns, as it highlights some of the world’s most technical yachts and the skills of the men who sailed them
    • A unique collection of beautiful paintings depict dramatic scenes from every match since 1851, all rescanned to capture the subtle colours and details of the originals
    • Also provides detailed descriptions of the boats themselves, including the latest technologies used to create the sensational racing machines they are today
    Full Description

    The Story of the America's Cup 1851-2021 tells the chronological history of 150 years of the most exciting and exhilarating yacht race, open the pages and you can almost feel the wind in the sails and the salt spray.

    Full page colour illustrations bring the yachts alive, set as they are in their natural element, at sea, on the waves; detailed descriptions give an amazing insider's view of the construction of individual boats, the routes sailed, the crews, the highs and lows of what was undoubtedly, extremely tough and competitive sailing, the victories and the defeats.

    Paintings by Tim Thompson, a leading marine artist are an integral part of the book's appeal; he has captured the pure essence, the spirit of the race and its place in history.

    About the Author

    Always a keen yachtsman, Ranulf Rayner now spends much of his time sailing or carrying out historical research. He lives in the beautiful Ashcombe Valley, South Devon.

    Tim Thompson is a leading marine artist who lives in Cornwall, UK.

    Specifications
    Publisher
    ACC Art Books
    ISBN
    9781788841696
    Publish date
    14th Mar 2022
    Binding
    Hardback
    Territory
    World
    Size
    254 mm x 328 mm
    Pages
    104 Pages
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