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The Protocol governing the 35th America’s Cup was released on June 3, 2014. This follows months of negotiations between the defender Golden Gate Yacht Club and the Challenger of Record, Australia’s Hamilton Island Yacht Club. The Protocol is a key regatta document which outlines the specific rules, format and commercial regulations for the 35th America’s Cup.
A press release outlining the highlights of the Protocol can be found here
A link to the Protocol is found here.
Next key issue to be decided: Will it return to San Francisco?