As a host site for San Diego and the 35th America’s Cup Bermuda both have pros as well as cons that are distinct. Of the two Bermuda got thedailysail vote just as it’s the better wind conditions. Given the 35th America’s Cup is going to be waged in foiling AC62 catamarans, having the ability to race in adequate wind is going to be the event’s make or break. We possibly over-casually suppose the 35th America’s Cup is going to be an exact repeat of the crisis as well as the incredible high octane sailing we observed during the 34th last year – in boats which could be smaller, yet this time are goal-designed for (and having a rule that now supports) foiling. A big part of the spectacle of last year was thanks to the outstanding 15-20 knot wind states that consistently floated on San Francisco Bay. Seeing AC62s pulling their foils around a San Diego race track in low rider manner in 6 knots of wind as well as marginally foiling in 8, wouldn’t make for great television and almost the class there’s truly only just about large enough for the AC45s, let alone the brand new generation of 40 knot AC62 flying boats.