Brown: We wanted to bring you here the right way into Shed 10 the heart of Emirates Team NZ. Every day we were here riding with you. We were with you on every tack and every gybe. We all hated that minute when they cancelled that race too early....let's give it up once more for Emirates Team NZ.
The crowd chant 'Team New Zealand'.
Chant of "Team New Zealand" rings around Shed 10.
Another video of how the ETNZ fans watched the action from Shed 10.
The fans that have come to support ETNZ after losing the final race, are watching a video of other fans watching ETNZ lose the final race of the America's Cup. It's all very meta.
Now Steven Joyce. Will announce some more funding?
Joyce: What a fantastic welcoming. These guys deserve this. This whole team on and off the water threw everything they had at this event.
"While you didn't set out everything you wanted to achieve you won the hearts of this nation. Not just of our country but of America and all other countries which watched the coverage.
Joyce: This country and this govt stands ready to part of the next America's Cup challenge....
"As I've said to Grant and Dean 'you've got a lot of work to do". I said 'work on a proposal and we'll help you out with it'.
Yes Vicky we will have video.
Another video presentation. Next up Grant Dalton.
Barker: I just want to say today I'm the proudest I've ever been as a NZer.
Barker; We went to San Fran to win the America's Cup and we haven't done that. But the messages of support give you the strength to go on.
Dalton: I want to thank all our sponsors.
After the speeches and Dalton and Barker are the last to talk.
Dalton also thanks the government and Auckland Council.
Barker thanking the families who were by their side throughout the entire campaign.
Barker: We would have loved to have had the Cup to show you right now. Your support has been phenomenal. We'll do everything we can to make sure we have a team to have another shot at it next time.
Now a haka to finish the presentation.
Crowd seems pretty keen on "one more time". I think that means another challenge, but I could be wrong.
Barker: We are very humbled by the support. We didn't realise how many people were sailing experts. Even though we didn't win the support has been very humbling.
We're still a very long way from comitting to another challenge but having that support from the government helps make a start and a proposal, says Barker.
"We have to retain key people in the next few weeks before other teams swoop in".
Barker said he wants to race multihull again but expects a smaller boat than the AC72s raced in San Fran.
Team New Zealand are now making their way around the waterfront in a wee flotilla.
That's the end of our coverage. Thanks for joining us.