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The Louis Vuitton Cup

Abrams

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The Louis Vuitton Cup

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Author(s):

François Chevalier and Bruno Troublé; foreword, John Bertrand

Format:

hardcover

Page count:

260

Size:

9.25" x 12.25"

ISBN:

978-1419709913

Imprint:

Abrams

Why We Love This

Since 1983, the Louis Vuitton Cup has determined who qualifies to compete in the America’s Cup competition, the world’s most prestigious yachting regatta. As this book makes clear, the involvement of the world-famous company in the race transformed the match from a friendly competition into an international, modern media event.

Why We Love This

Since 1983, the Louis Vuitton Cup has determined who qualifies to compete in the America’s Cup competition, the world’s most prestigious yachting regatta. As this book makes clear, the involvement of the world-famous company in the race transformed the match from a friendly competition into an international, modern media event.