Models in the Alinghi series are also known as the Yachtsman, and were developed in cooperation with the Switzerland based Alinghi sailing race team. The Alinghi Team first captured the America's Cup in 2003.
Withdrawn - Although available as a Victorinox Delémont - See Related Models
- Large blade - partially serrated, liner-locking, one-hand opening
- Long-nose pliers - folding, with a wire-cutter
- Marlinspike / Shackle-opener - with ruler calibrations
- Screwdriver / Bottle-opener
RangerGrip Nylon and rubber scales contoured in the Evolution style to fit the hand. One side carries the Wenger cross logo, along with the Wenger name and 'Alinghi' is molded into the scales. The Wenger cross logo is a push button lock-release for the main blade.
Introduced in the summer of 2009.
Alinghi was the name given to the 2003 Switzerland based racing team and boat set up for the America's Cup race, by Ernesto Bertarelli. It raced under the colors of the Société Nautique de Genève . The Alinghi team won the America's Cup challenge in 2003 in Auckland New Zealand. This was the first time a team was successful in their first attempt to challenge for the cup, and marked for the first time in the 152-year history of the challenge that the America's Cup was taken to Europe. The Alinghi team successfully defended its title in 2007 at the America's Cup in Valencia, Spain.
SUI(sse?)-1 was the name of the first of the Alinghi yachts and the Wenger knife was named after this boat. The SUI-64 yacht won the 2003 America's cup. The SUI-100 won the 2007 America's cup. A special version of the Wenger Alinghi knife is carried by the Alinghi crew
- 1.077.181.824: Black & grey RangerGrip scales (US Model Number: 16326)
- Alinghi 176 - A Phillips screwdriver replaces the corkscrew; A fine-screwdriver replaces the can-opener; No bit-driver
- Alinghi 177 - Non-one-handed blade; A fine-screwdriver replaces the can-opener; No bit-driver
- Mike Horn Ranger - Four layers with pliers and a metal saw/file; Features two large blades
- RangerGrip Boatsman - The Victorinox Delémont version of this model