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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Apr 13, 2012-|
Apr 13, 2012
05:00PM - 07:00PM
|America’s Cup to Host Viewing Parties in San Francisco|
Celebration of Naples World Series Competition, April 13-15
1390 California Street San Francisco, CA 94109
As the America’s Cup World Series race gets underway in Naples, Italy, fans around the world can view the racing alongside the historic shoreline of Naples in the shadow of Mt. Vesuvius by watching through the America’s Cup media partners and live streaming video on YouTube (www.youtube.com/americascup). Fans here in San Francisco, the home city of the 34th America’s Cup in 2013, will have the added pleasure of attending viewing parties on the final days of racing in Naples. Avid sailing fans and newcomers alike are invited to view action on the big screen as nine teams from seven countries grind it out in the Gulf of Naples. Currently, Emirates Team New Zealand has a razor thin one point lead in the competition that pits the best sailors in the fastest boats against each other. Bay Area fans are invited to view the final races in the Naples series at two San Francisco establishments, the Wreck Room and The Republic. Both venues will feature drink specials as well as raffles of America’s Cup gear. The America’s Cup will hold similar events around San Francisco as the Series progresses to Venice in May and Newport in June.
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