Welcome to live updates of day 16 of the 34th America's Cup - a day which makes this regatta the equal longest in the event's 162-year history. Team NZ still need just one point to claim the Auld Mug. Will it happen today?
And of course the equally important race start info: Oracle Team USA will have port entry in both races.
Paul Lewis reports:
Race organisers hoping to get Race 14 under way this morning are keeping an eye out for a whale spotted in San Francisco Bay yesterday. Whales are common in the Bay but, if one appears in the race course, the race is stopped.
Regatta director Iain Murray said: "There was a sighting of a whale yesterday afternoon so we have been working with the mammal group here in San Francisco. There will be a helicopter sweep to monitor the Bay; we are always keeping an eye out for them, that is part of the reporting process.
"If a whale enters the course, we will have to deal with it; that means stopping the race. However, generally the whales head over to the Sausalito side, which is where it was sighted yesterday."
Asked what sort of whale it was, Murray did not know but said: "I don't think we have any remote-controlled Larry whales out there" - a joking reference to Oracle Team USA boss Larry Ellison attempting to delay further Emirates Team New Zealand's progress towards that final ninth point.
That's news to me VictoriaBC. A risky move if that's the case.
We are about 20 minutes away from racing.
Grant Dalton won't be on the boat again today. Winston Macfarlane takes his place on board.
Eight minutes to race start.