We're about 10-15 minutes away from racing. Myself and Michael Brown will be keeping you posted on all the action, while Herald yachting writers Paul Lewis and Dana Johannsen will chime in from San Francisco.
Light winds certainly played into ETNZ's hands earlier in the regatta - will that again prove to be the case?
Oracle have indeed removed the bowsprit, in anticipation of the lighter breeze.
People are flooding into Shed 10 on Auckland waterfront to watch the racing. Does that make it a flood tide?
Winds are at 10 knots at the moment and have been dipping into single figures on a very foggy afternoon in San Francisco Bay.
Four minutes away from the start of what could be the final race in the 34th America's Cup.
Both boats are heading towards the start box, with ETNZ holding the advantage of the port entry.
So the start has been delayed.
Six minutes to the start - hopefully!
It looks like the wind direction favoured one side of the course too much so they needed to change a mark. The starting line was a little off so it's only a short delay
The wind is so light it's unlikely we will see much upwind foiling today
The clock is already at four minutes so standby
Three minutes on the countdown clock, hopefully we will soon be underway.
The patchy and light conditions will make for a different race from what we've seen.
Tactics will be paramount today because it won't just be about boat speed. Teams need to put themselves in the right place to take advantage of the wind shifts
We're already seeing quite a different dynamic. It's all a lot slower and there is closer engagement
60 second until the start.
Team NZ are in the windward position but Oracle are ahead
Both boats are in the low teens in terms of knots.
15 seconds to go and Oracle slightly ahead.