|Showing the battle wound on her transom inflicted by Fujimo's bow, Infinity sets her spinnaker off Miami Beach, early 1989 (photo Sail)|
|50-Footers starting off Miami Beach, early 1989 - left to right: Nitissima 25180, Gem US95, Blizzard K641, Windquest 42450 and Champosa V 43786 (photo Sail)|
|Infinity crosses behind Abracadabra off Miami Beach (photo Sail)|
|Ernest Juer's Humphreys-designed Blizzard tuning up before the 1987 British Admiral's Cup trials (photo Rick Tomlinson/Seahorse)|
|The Fifties approach a top mark off Tortola, with Abracadabra just to weather of Infinity (photo Roger Kennedy/Sailing World)|
|Alan Grey's Farr 50 Jamarella - top individual yacht in the 1989 Admiral's Cup (photo Yachting NZ)|
|Japan's Will (above and below) finished second yacht overall in the 1989 Admiral's Cup|
|Jamarella in power-reaching conditions during the 1989 Admiral's Cup (photo Sail)|
|The lines of Jamarella (Farr design #213)|
|Andelsbanken IV during the 1989 Admiral's Cup, with Jamarella tucked away to leeward|
|Andelsbanken during a 50-Foot event circa 1989|
|Startline action in the final 1989 World Cup event in Rhode Island - Champosa V has won the pin end of the start line, and Windquest (42450) the windward end|
|The Fifties head downwind in Rhode Island (Champosa V closest to camera, Windquest US42450 to the right)|
In Part 3 we look at the 50-foot regatta held in Japan in November 1989, and the results of the 1990 World Cup.
Part 1 can be seen here.