Two new America’s Cup vessels to be built in R.I.

THE RHODE ISLAND MARINE TRADE ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCED THURSDAY, New York Yacht Club American Magic would build a facility in Bristol to accommodate the construction of two AC75s - a new racing model - for the upcoming America's Cup race in 2021. / COURTESY RIMTA
THE RHODE ISLAND MARINE TRADES ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCED that New York Yacht Club American Magic would build a facility in Bristol to accommodate the construction of two AC75s - a new racing model - for the upcoming America's Cup race in 2021. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND MARINE TRADE ASSOCIATION
BRISTOL - In anticipation of the 36th America's Cup race, plans to build two racing vessels and a Bristol-based construction facility by Manhattan-based New York Yacht Club American Magic were announced in a statement by the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association Thursday. "With its unmatched marine industry, skilled workforce, and rich America’s Cup heritage,” Hap Fauth,…

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