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YachtWorld.com offers exclusive America’s Cup story

YachtWorld.com says the April issue of YachtWorld.com Magazine features an exclusive article on how a United States-backed team utilized technology to bring the America's Cup back to the States.

"Whether you've had the 159-year-old trophy competition on your radar screen or not, you'll find our exclusive interviews with designers and engineers tell a riveting behind-the-scenes tale of risk-taking and problem-solving to build and fly a mechanical, 69-meter wingsail for the challenging team, BMW Oracle Racing," said John Burnham, editorial director of YachtWorld.com and Boats.com, in a statement.

"This article is the first of a number of upcoming exclusive stories that will engage readers in different facets of the yachting lifestyle," he added.

Available by either print subscription or free digital edition, YachtWorld.com Magazine complements YachtWorld.com by providing yacht brokers and their clients brokerage listings and articles in a glossy supporting format.

YachtWorld.com and Soundings Publications are divisions of Dominion Enterprises.

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