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The return on investment for the event was $156.1m in the red, according to post-event report by Major Events New Zealand.
Ireland, Spain and Dubai among overseas venues to have raised hands.
A record number of fans flooded into the America’s Cup village with 48,000 visiting on Saturday alone, says Auckland Unlimited.
The America’s Cup finals start in Auckland today with the city ready to welcome visitors, says Auckland Unlimited.
Tourist bookings for the America’s Cup matches in Auckland starting this week have returned to normal levels, says Heletranz co-owner Sofia Ambler.
A new event aimed at enlivening the on-land viewing experience of the America’s Cup will be held in Devonport.
Spectators hoping to catch views from Motutapu, Rangitoto and Motuihe would be met by rangers and conservation dogs to double check gear and vessels of any pests.
There have not been any commercial operators breaking any rules to take spectators on the water to watch America’s Cup racing, says Maritime NZ
The America’s Cup Village in downtown Auckland has officially opened.
Auckland Live’s free inner-city festival Summer in the Square is returning to Aotea Square to coincide with the America’s Cup.
Operators intending to carry fare-paying passengers to watch the America’s Cup will need to be in a recognised safety system, says Maritime NZ.
A new educational programme has been launched for young learners, leveraging next year’s 36th America’s Cup.
Ports of Auckland says it will facilitate the use of the inner harbour courses for all racing for the 36th America’s Cup.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development is seeking volunteers for the America’s Cup.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff has welcomed news that the Government is granting border exemptions to two of the syndicates competing in the 36th America’s Cup.
The first of the 36th America’s Cup events will kick off 17-20 December with the Christmas Race in Auckland.
Auckland’s proposed $212m Wynyard-Hobson plan for the 2021 America’s Cup is now open for submission.
Minister for Economic Development David Parker welcomes new developments that bring closer an agreement on the shape of a world-class venue for the 36th America’s Cup event in Auckland.
The period for making submissions on the current notified America’s Cup resource consent applications will close today, Wednesday 14 March.
The period for making submissions on the current notified America’s Cup resource consent applications has been extended by two weeks.
Former Prime Minister Bill English and Tourism NZ are to present Australasian investors with the government’s America’s Cup plans.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has slashed its estimate of the benefit from hosting the America’s Cup after errors in its original assessment were corrected.
In reply to concerns raised by the Ticker over the accuracy of its America’s Cup Economic Assessment Evaluation and the treatment of its Cost Benefit Analysis, MBIE’s General Manager Tourism, Sectors, Regions and Cities, Iain Cossar, replies.
Economist Tim Hazledine takes aim at MBIE’s assessment of the benefits from hosting the America’s Cup and MBIE’s Iain Cossar replies to some concerns.
As Auckland narrows down its choice for the America’s Cup team bases and village, operators are already planning to take advantage of the 2021 event.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has released its assessment of the economic impact the America’s Cup could have on Auckland and New Zealand.
Auckland Council’s Governing Body will next week be asked to approve a team base location for hosting the 36th America’s Cup in 2021.
An early evening event on the Picton foreshore is being arranged to host members of Emirates Team New Zealand and the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron who are bringing the ‘Auld Mug’ south.
Tens of thousands of people gathered in the Auckland city centre and waterfront to welcome Emirates Team New Zealand and the America’s Cup back to New Zealand.
The parade to celebrate Emirates Team New Zealand’s America’s Cup win starts at 12.30pm today 6 July.
Property Institute of New Zealand Chief Executive Ashley Church has urged caution around expectations of an ‘economic bonanza’ fuelled by the hosting of the next America’s Cup regatta which is expected to take place in 2021.