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Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Although the America's Cup Finals won't take place until 2013, San Francisco will get a significant taste of the action this week at the America's Cup World Series Regatta--a warm up to next summer's finale.

A quick glance at the schedule of events suggests that "warm up" may be an understatement. This week's activities span five days, and include racing, a free Dr. Dog concert, an AT&T Park "sail-by," around-town viewing parties with hotel and drink specials and a sprawling America's Cup Village on the Marina Green, complete with a history exhibit, a big screen viewing station, live commentators and wine and champagne lounges all week long.
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