Luna Rossa move AC72 across the Bay to new home in San Francisco

© ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget © ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget


© ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget © ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget


© ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget © ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget


© ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget © ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget


© ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget © ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget


© ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget © ACEA / Gilles Martin-Raget


The Italian challenger, Luna Rossa, has moved its AC72 across the Bay from a temporary base in Sausalito.

On a breezy Monday, the team trained in the morning south of the Bay Bridge before coming in to its base at Piers 30/32, where the team will host its technical operations this summer.

The new base in the city is adjacent to fellow challenger Emirates Team New Zealand.

Artemis Racing will remain in Alameda, while ORACLE TEAM USA is maintaining its technical base of operations further south at Pier 80.