The Insiders Guide to the 34th America’s Cup – FREE
“140 pages of PURE gold dust”
“What a brilliant idea – a compilation of the best information plus insights from the locals”
“It will make your stay in SF memorable for all the right reasons”
“Perfect, timely and best of all, FREE”
Who is the book aimed at?
Fans attending the America’s Cup: You are intending to travel out to the Bay Area to watch the Cup. You may be lucky enough to be invited as part of one of the team’s corporate hospitality. This guide will still be useful as talks about more than the Cup.
Press, photographers and bloggers: You may be working, paid for by a magazine, website or agency. Or you may be an independent. This guide will help you concentrate on what you do best. Finding that story or that perfect picture.
Following America’s Cup and may get to SF: Thinking of coming to San Francisco to be part of the Cup atmosphere – but not sure. This guide will help you plan and make the decision.
Chapters on AC, the AC72, SF and beyond
The information is organised into the following chapters:
The Americas Cup history, the crews and boats; co-authored by Jack Griffin of CupExperience.com
Watching the Cup and partying; getting the best views
Getting around SF and the Bay Area; did you know the Richmond Bridge ONLY takes cash?
Where to stay in the coolest boutique hotels; avoiding the standard Hiltons and Hyatts
Where the locals eat; we’ve got them to tell us their favourite haunts
Being a tourist; there’s the obvious stuff, but there other really cool things to do that are not in the guide books.
Venturing further afield; Route 1, the Wine Country, Yosemite and Whale Watching.
With kids; make sure they have a great time and then you will too