Cork hotly tipped to host 2024 America’s Cup yacht race
EY cost-benefit analysis finds the event could be worth between €400 million and €500 million to the Irish economy
Cork is on the verge of being named the preferred bidder for the 2024 America’s Cup yacht race this week, in a development which could be worth hundreds of millions of euro to the Irish economy, the Business Post has learned.
The Munster city is in line to land one of the world’s largest sporting events, after a competitive bidding process which resulted in it being shortlisted alongside Valencia in Spain and...
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New analysis suggests America’s Cup bid could cost €400 million to host
The financial risks associated with the event were communicated to the coalition party leaders on Tuesday night
Hosting the America’s Cup: does the case for Cork hold water?
There has been widespread frustration at Ireland’s last-minute dithering on the bid for the world-famous yacht race. But some experts question whether the event would cost more than it’s worth