Who says sailing's not a spectator sport? Hot America's Cup action


We brought nautical-themed beer and outfits to Crissy Field for the America's Cup preliminary races, and had a great view of one of the turning points of the really big boats before the winning sailors aggressively sprayed champagne on each other. I'm not sure how many of the race's subtleties our fellow spectators were getting, but it was clear the Team Prada had a lot more fans than Team J.P. Morgan. Say what you like about the economic benefits of millionaire's sporting events in our city, but they are great excuses to wear peacoats, anchor jewelery, and visible chest hair. Arrrr! 

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