Herreshoff Marine Museum and Ameerica's Cup Hall of Fame
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The America's Cup Hall of Fame honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to yachting's most distinguished competition.

The Hall of Fame was founded in 1992 under the auspices of the Herreshoff Marine Museum by Halsey Herreshoff, a four-time America's Cup defender and grandson of legendary yacht designer Nathanael Herreshoff.

Nearly eighty legends of the Cup have been inducted into the Hall. Candidates eligible for consideration include members of the crew, designers, builders, syndicate leaders, supporters, chroniclers, and other individuals of merit. Each nominee is judged on the basis of outstanding ability, international recognition, character, performance, and contributions to the sport. The members of the Selection Committee are persons intimate with the history and traditions of America's Cup and committed to the integrity of the Hall of Fame.


America's Cup Hall of Fame Selection Committee 2019:
R. Steven Tsuchiya, Chairman
Stuart Alexander
B. Devereux Barker III
Margherita Bottini
John S. Burnham
Brad Butterworth
William Collier
Bob Fisher
German Frers
Richard Gladwell
Jack Griffin
Halsey C. Herreshoff
Gary Jobson
Bruce Kirby
Elizabeth E. Meyer
Peter J. Montgomery
Rob Mundle
Angus Phillips
Hamish Ross
Bruno Troublé
John Lammerts van Bueren
Tom Whidden

The museum of the Hall of Fame is located on the grounds of the former Herreshoff Manufacturing Company of Bristol, Rhode Island, where yachts were built for eight consecutive America's Cup defenses between 1893 and 1934. Its collection include plaques honoring the inductees; half-hull models of challengers and defenders; artifacts including spars, steering wheels, and tank test model hulls; and special exhibits about the America's Cup.

 

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