scl format

RACE FORMAT

Typical NSL events include a round-robin Qualifying Series of up to 45 races. Teams rotate through the boats in each flight so that each team competes against every other team and sails in every boat. The top 4 teams from the Qualifying Series compete in the Final Series. Both series use a short course, stadium format which includes:

  • Up to 45 races per event
  • 3-4 races per hour
  • short course (12 – 15 min) windward leeward
  • Sailing Analytics / live race information
  • Fully umpired fleet racing
  • Identical one-design 7m keelboats
  • On-water boat change
SCL Course Layout

DIVISIONS AND TEAMS

Clubs can enter teams in the following divisions:

OPEN DIVISION

Must have 4 crew
2 Female / 2 Male
No age limits

NSL Youth

U22 (YOUTH) DIVISION

Must have 4 crew
2 Female / 2 Male
Max age 21 (at 1st Jan 2022)

LEAGUES AND FINALS

The NSL Oceania consists of three Leagues:

  • North (NSW/Qld/NT),
  • South (WA, SA, Vic, Tas),
  • Pacific (NZL, Pacific)

Clubs from each league compete in one or more qualifiers (if required) followed by a League Final. The top boats from each league final compete in the NSL Oceania Final

Leagues
2021 SCLAP Competion Structure

ABOUT THE SCL

The idea behind SAILING Champions League is simple: it’s the championship of the national champions. The most successful clubs of the National Sailing League countries are competing against each other to fight for the title: “Best Sailing Club of the Year”.

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