The America’s Cup World Series has officially left Rhode Island as of Monday morning.
The San Francisco bound America’s Cup Express train will be hauling all AC World Series cargo from Newport to the West coast, according to the America’s Cup blog.
Newport was the last stop for the World Series races.
The cargo spent just under a month in the Ocean State. Boats were unloaded at Port Davisville in North Kingston on June 11.
The 2012-2013 AC World series begins in the San Francisco Bay from Aug. 21-26.
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