The America’s Cup Village, on Marina Green, is open to the public on Race Days, with free admission. Two areas distinguish the America’s Cup Village — Marina Green and the Yacht Club Peninsula, and both provide spectacular views of the start line and the first marks.
Marina Green also features a Fan Zone with displays such as the Healthy Ocean Project Lounge, a global call to action campaign that embraces the connection between sailing and the ocean. Relax in the lounge, learn about Marine Protected Areas, Sustainable Seafood, Marine Debris/Plastics and how you can participate in local beach cleanups. Take the pledge and a photo in the photo booth, then learn to steer the remote control boats and see the AC45 up close.
Fans may enjoy a range of food and beverage options, including the Nespresso Café, and a Merchandise Zone that includes a PUMA store and the 34 America’s Cup Village Store. The Lexus vehicle display will showcase the company’s latest vehicle offerings and a history exhibit showcases the story of the oldest trophy in international sport.
For the Louis Vuitton Semifinals, there is bleacher seating, with capacity for 6,500 fans, lining the shoreline for fantastic live-race viewing. The Yacht Club Peninsula is focused predominantly on live race viewing with the racecourse bleachers seating 1,400 people located at prime spots along the peninsula, as well as food, beverage and merchandise facilities for fans to enjoy. Click here to reserve your seat.
In September, the America’s Cup Village will host the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup, the international competition featuring 10 national teams of youth sailors aged 19 to 24 years old, where fans can see the teams and AC45 catamarans up close and personal.
To plan your trip to the America’s Cup Village, visit 511.org/americascup.