The timing also couldn't be better given that the software giant's annual expo OpenWorld is already on its penultimate day in San Francisco.
Shortly after clinching the Cup once again, Oracle CEO and (understatedly) sailing aficionado Larry Ellison held court at a press conference at the America's Cup Village at Pier 27 following the awards ceremony.
Earlier in the press conference, Team New Zealand's leadership lamented that they spent roughly $100 million to lose the Cup.
When asked how much Oracle spent to win the America's Cup, Ellison responded, "I don't anyone thinks about the money. That's not what the guys on Team New Zealand are thinking about right now. They're champion sailors."
One topic that Ellison stayed tight-lipped about was the location of the next America's Cup -- a decision that is traditionally made by the winning team of the regatta.
"San Francisco is a great place. We'd love to come back to San Francisco," Ellison commented. "But we're going to sit down and talk with the officials in San Francisco and see if that's a possibility to come back."
It has been rumored that Ellison and company might move the next series to Hawaii, where Ellison has famously bought a collective of island properties and a local airline to boot.
In response to how he would describe his legacy -- at least as far as professional sailing is concerned -- Ellison quipped, "Not over yet."