After five weeks in the dry due to the coronavirus health crisis, the Emirates Team New Zealand flying training monohull was released in Auckland on Thursday. The winning team in the America’s Cup can therefore resume the navigation tests in accordance with the safety regulations imposed by the New Zealand government. In reduced numbers, its members are notably equipped with alarm collars alerting them in the event of non-compliance with the physical distance between them. The Cup Defender is the second team to resume training after the Italians of Luna Rossa. The latter had found the parade for the reduced crew (5 sailors instead of 10) by equipping their AC75 with electric motors to activate the winches. The 36e The America’s Cup will take place in New Zealand in March 2021. The preliminary round of the America’s Cup World Series, which was scheduled to kick off in Cagliari (Italy) last week, is pending. The 2e an appointment scheduled for Portsmouth (Great Britain) in early June was also canceled.