As Team New Zealand set their sites on the America's Cup, a bevy of Kiwi socialites and celebrities have touched down to get in on the excitement on the ground in Bermuda.
With a 3-0 lead on Oracle, Burling and his team are off to a roaring start, while on the sidelines, a host of Kiwi reality stars, a celebrity chef and sporting greats are there cheering them on.
Here are some of the famous faces spotted at the America's Cup.
Blanchard's never one to shy away from the camera, and why should she after being spotted rocking an amazing red, strappy bikini, paired with Louis Vuitton studded aviators.
The former model looks a million bucks as she enjoys a spot of sun on her balcony.
Beloved Kiwi chef Annabel Langbein represented Team New Zealand in a cooking competition for charity, the Chef's Throwdown in Bermuda, which was established to help raise awareness of the island's battle with the invasive Lionfish.
The son of sailing legend Sir Russell Coutts, Grayson has made his own waves as a hugely talented celebrity makeup artist and blogger.
Grayson has been enjoying some time on the boat with family and appears to have been working on a pretty impressive tan too.
The Real House Wives of Auckland star has been living it up in true RHOA style.
While supporting Burling and co, Gilda has shared a snap of herself out on the water - in designer threads - of course.
The Hits presenter may be over in Bermuda for work, but it looks like he's made time for play too, sharing to Instagram some beautiful drone footage of his tropical adventures.
Wallace has clearly gotten in some time on the beach and as well as sampling local produce in between reporting back on the races.
Sir Russell Coutts
His part in numerous America's Cup campaigns has made him a sailing legend, but this time Russell Coutts looks to be taking some time to enjoy the event's entertainment too.
Coutts posted a photo with rap legend Wyclef Jean that he captioned "Getting warmed up with Wyclef". He looks pretty chuffed with his new celeb pal.
They may not be in Bermuda, but the White Ferns are sending their support from Britain and we think it doesn't get much better than this.