End of an era The finish gun yesterday signalled the end of 20 years of competition in the America's Cup, Louis Vuitton Cup and Louis Vuitton Trophy for the International America's Cup Class.
What does IACC stand for?
IACC stands for International America's Cup Class
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- Idaho Association of Commissioners and Clerks
- In-Advance Credit Check
- Indiana Association of County Commissioners (Nashville, IN)
- Indo-American Chamber of Commerce
- Inn and Conference Center (various organizations)
- Intelligent Assistant Common Card
- Inter-Agency Air Cartographic Committee
- Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (DHSS)
- Interim Aircrew Systems Change
- International Air Cargo Conference
- International Anti-Corruption Conference
- International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (Washington, DC, USA)
- International Association of Career Coaches
- International Association of Colour Consultants
- International Association of Commercial Collectors, Inc.
- International Association of Conference Centers
- Iranian American Chamber of Commerce
- Islamic Association of Collin County (Texas)
- Isle of Anglesey County Council (UK)
- Italy-America Chamber of Commerce (Miami, FL)
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Although traditionally the America's Cup has always been competed for by mono-hulled International America's Cup Class (IACC) sloops, typically about 25 metres in length, after a comprehensive revision of the rules of the challenge, this year the boats are a catamaran and trimaran.
The benefit for Alinghi is evident when you consider that for the latest round, Act 10, the three top challenge contenders were racing the first of the two version 5 International America's Cup Class (IACC) yachts they are permitted to build for 2007 while Alinghi-which had their new SUI 91 in Valencia-opted to race their much modified four-year-old boat, SUI 75.
That bitter encounter, on the water and in the courts, became the driving force for Team Zealand's victory over Conner in the new International America's Cup Class yachts at San Diego in 1995, and its subsequent successful defence against the Italian Prada challenge in Auckland in 2000.
To accelerate the technology "catch up" Harrison has purchased from the Nippon Challenge Syndicate two, 2000 generation, plus one 1995 International America's Cup Class (IACC) yachts which competed in the last America's Cup challenge rounds in New Zealand.