New Zealand’s sailing is world-famous. Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand. Auckland’s terrain is very suitable for sailing. Auckland has a high proportion of sailboats and yachts, which is the highest in the world. Most residents in the city own private boats. In Auckland, the average Every 4 people own a ship, so it has the reputation of "the capital of a thousand sails". Here you will always see some people driving their own sailing boats or yachts to the beach. The location of the Oakland Sailing Club is surrounded by waters. The name of Oakland's "Capital of Thousand Sails" is not covered. Here you can see all kinds of luxurious sailing boats. A densely packed mast is even more spectacular against the blue sky and white clouds. The focal point of the Auckland Sailing Club’s annual sports is the Auckland Anniversary Boat Race. It is held at the end of January every year. There are more than 1,000 sailing boats participating in a wide variety of boats, from two-meter-long yachts to 30-meter-long boats, all on the Waitematam Port sports. The America’s Cup Regatta is held every 4 years. Together with the Men’s Football World Cup and the Tennis Davis Cup, it is collectively referred to as the “Three World Cups”. The America’s Cup Regatta started in 1857 and has more than 155 so far. Years of history, New Zealand won the 29th America’s Cup in 1995, and then successfully defended the 30th America’s Cup in 1999. Sailing has almost become a project that New Zealanders are extremely proud of.