Live Ocean Racing will make its debut next weekend in the ETF26 Grand Prix with some of New Zealand's top female sailors at the helm.
The veteran sailor and broadcaster says Team New Zealand needed the money to stay competitive.
Some experts believe it's inevitable Team NZ will take the Auld Mug offshore but others say it simply can't happen.
New Zealand will finally host the Sail GP for the first time next year after events were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Robertson's success with China and Spain in the first two seasons of the series has landed him a leading role.
Bianca Cook said a lack of sponsors and Auckland's removal as a stopover in the event led to New Zealand Ocean Racing's downfall.
Jo Aleh will team up with Molly Meech in the 49erFX category with eyes on the Paris Games in 2024.
The Spanish city has reportedly entered the race to host the next regatta as Team NZ's March 31 to find a host nears.
The Rio silver medallists said they've enjoyed their journey but decided it's time for something new.
Liv Mackay will finally turn out for the NZ team in Sydney as part of the competition's women's pathways programme.
The Swiss syndicate is back with some serious wind in their sails.
The round will alternate between Lyttelton and Auckland each season.
"We're now starting to realise some of Peter's dreams," Lady Pippa Blake said, days out from the 20th anniversary of his death.
The Team NZ boss said the star duo won't be able to do both the Olympics and America's Cup again.
Lockdown and a last-minute bid from a Kiwi rich-lister have prompted the delay.
Team NZ boss Grant Dalton said a decision on the venue would be made soon.
The Government declined an application for spaces in MIQ for sailors and teams.
Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox finished in fourth, just two points behind Spain, who won bronze.
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke say they are still stoked to walk away with a silver medal.
A back-and-forth final race in Enoshima saw Junior jump into a medal-winning position before he eventually finished fifth.