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Alinghi Keel Unveiling


ALINGHI UNVEILS SUI-64 AUCKLAND - February 8, 2003 - Team Alinghi invites the public to the Alinghi base for Unveiling Day on February 11, 2003. Team Alinghi will reveal the latest configuration of SUI 64, the America's Cup Class yacht that they will sail in the America's Cup, having previously sailed SUI 64 to victory in the Louis Vuitton Cup Finals. The Alinghi base opens to the public at 7:45 and the Unveiling Ceremony begins at 8:00. Alinghi will welcome visitors with complimentary refreshments of coffee, tea, juice and croissants. Preserving their tradition of surprises, Alinghi will add a new twist to the ceremony.

Those who miss the event can re-live the Unveiling Day by watching the webcast on the site,

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Alinghi, Challenge for the America's Cup 2003, is flying the Swiss flag and carrying the colors of the Société Nautique de Genève. UBS, Infonet, Audemars-Piguet and Riri are its proud sponsors.

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