2023/24

SCL:AP

The 2023/24 season will culminate with the SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific – Finals being hosted by the Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia from 9-11th March.  This event will be qualifier for Asia Pacific clubs to then go onto compete in the 2024 SAILING Champions League World Finals (Europe), being:

For all details, Results, Official Notice Boats for the SCL:AP-Final please click https://cycsa.com.au/https-cycsa-com-au-scl-asia-pacific-championships-finals/

The pathway to the 2023/24 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific is as follows: 

Much work has been done with partner clubs in each State over the the past 12 months to create the new State Leagues as the feeder to a future AUS-Sailing League: FINAL but it is these State Leagues (for 2023/24) will be the direct feeder to the 2023/24 SCL:AP-Final.  However for clubs from areas outside of these States (QLD / TAS / WA / NT / NZL  and Pacific Islands), expressions of interest will be sought before inviting the top clubs to compete in the 2023/24 SCL:AP-Final.

The provisional schedule of 2023/2024 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific season is as follows:

Asia Sailing League

      • November 15-17, 2023 – Beihai, China

SA Sailing League

      • December 8-10, 2023 – Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia

NSW Sailing League

      • January 13, 2024 – Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club
      • January 21, 2024 – Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club

VIC Sailing League

      • January 26-28, 2024 – Royal Geelong Yacht Club (Festival of Sails)

WA Sailing League

      • More details to come

SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific Finals

2023/24

SCL:AP – FINALS

The SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific is in its 6th year and has partnered up with the Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia (CYCSA) to be bigger than ever before. Qualifications for the SCL:AP-FINAL this year has come through the State Leagues, where the top clubs from each State will now take on each other as well as invited clubs from Asia and the Pacific. This year there can be a total of 24 teams who will race in CYCSA’s fleet of identical Elliot 7’s over three days for the title of ‘Top Club”.

Racing will kick off on Saturday 9th March at 1300 with the Qualifying Series which will continue until 1300 on Monday, when the top four teams from the Qualifying Series will then race it out in a winner takes all Final Four Series.

From the results of this SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific – FINAL the top teams will gain automatic qualification into the SAILING Champions League: World Finals (Open / Women’s / Youth) to fight it out with clubs from around the world to be the “Top Club”.

The following teams (clubs) have currently qualified / entered the the 2023/24 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific – Final:

    1. Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia (2023/24 SCL:AP – Host Club)
    2. Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia (SA Sailing League – Youth Team)
    3. Derwent Sailing Squadron (VIC Sailing League)
    4. Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Squadron (NSW Sailing League – 3rd)
    5. Vanuatu Cruising Yacht Club (Vanuatu)
    6. Canberra Yacht Club
    7. Largs Bay Sailing Club (SA Sailing League – Champions)
    8. Brighton Seacliff Yacht Club

The events own CYCSA webpage with all the Event details can be found HERE.