2013 America's Cup Sailing Boats "Fly" Over Water
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See what it's like to 'fly' a "Americas Cup 72" on foils at speeds of over 40 knots (46 mph, 74 km/h) and experience the sensational acceleration from onboard.

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The AC72 (Americas Cup 72 class) is a wing sail catamaran box rule, governing the construction and operation of the yachts to be used in the 2013 Louis Vuitton Cup selection series and the 2013 America's Cup.  This new and revolutionary design is extremely expensive and has allowed the development of foils which lift the hull out of the water in some conditions leading to extreme boat speeds.  Wiki
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