Emirates Team New Zealand are just one nerve-racking win away from taking on Oracle Team USA in their quest to bring the America's Cup back to our shores.
As we sit around screaming at our screens in support of the Kiwi team, spare a thought for the women on the sidelines, consoling their crew after close shaves and capsizes, and celebrating their wins, especially this morning's defeat of Artemis which sees them confirmed as an America's Cup contender.
When they're not cheering from the docks, the SWAGs (Sailors' Wives and Girlfriends) are showing their support on social media, posting some amazing snaps from Bermuda.
Meet the women behind the Team New Zealand men:
This Essex-born beauty has been enjoying the gorgeous beaches in Bermuda while supporting her boyfriend and Olympic cyclist turned yachtie Simon Van Velthooven.
Hopkinson's Instagram boasts envious shots from her trip peppered with encouraging shoutouts to her following of 344 to "put your red socks on and get behind this amazing team!"
Lana Cole looks like she's absolutely living it up in the Bermuda sun.
Cole has been sharing her ocean-side snaps and even managed to snag a ride with partner Sam Bell, who is a cyclist aboard the Team NZ boat.
The super-fit brunette is a director of operations at Sundance Juices and is clearly a key member of the ETNZ support crew.
ETNZ boat captain and rigger Nick Burridge has been spotted enjoying some time off in the sun with his girls, partner Bowater and adorable daughter Lucia.
With a view like this, we don't blame the sailor for stopping to enjoy a moment with his super cute family.
Onboard cyclist Joe Sullivan is one lucky man with Brierley as his self confessed number one "fan girl".
The pair share some adorable snaps on social media and Brierley's holiday pics are so good, one just isn't enough.
Kirsten Montgomery and Andy Maloney have had a big year, with an America's Cup campaign under way and a recent engagement.
The loved up pair look like they share a love of sports and adventure, posting snaps on cliff tops, lake side and even jumping off boats.
We cannot wait to see what kind of adventurous wedding the young Team NZ cyclist and his wife-to-be are planning.