Welcome to live updates of the 34th America's Cup regatta. Is today the day for Emirates Team New Zealand? They need just one win to re-claim the Auld Mug after losing it in 2003.
Racing is about 30 minutes away. How is race 12 going to go down? Answer the poll to have your say.
I'm Cameron McMillan and I'll be bringing blow by blow updates of race 12, and hopefully not for Team NZ fans, race 13 if needed. Michael Brown, the Herald's sailing reporter at the London Olympics, will join me when the sailing begins.
Let's start the morning with a song.
"Conditions for the opening race should suit the Kiwi team, with moderate, stable winds and a lighter ebb tide of just 0.8 knots - putting the effective wind limit for the first race at 22.2 knots," Dana Johannsen reports.
"But the current increases around the time the second race is due to kick off, reducing the limit to 20.3 knots, just as the wind is expected to pick up."
Oracle Team USA have the favoured port entry in the opening race. Team NZ will have it in race 13 if it is needed.
Fact: It's been roughly 92,520 hours since Team NZ last held the America's Cup. Will they be lifting it in the next hour?
Race 12 will begin at 8.10am. Race 13 at 9.10am.
Savinder, the awards ceremony will begin an hour after the last race. The winning team take the stage 15 minutes into the ceremony.
Correction: Sorry for the confusion, yes Oracle do get port entry in both races today.
The word out of San Francisco is that there might be only one race today with a growing breeze and ebb tide. Team NZ have a big buffer with an 8-1 and are prepared to be patient but will be keen to wrap it up today