2022 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific – FINALS DATES ANNOUNCED.
After the successful resumption of the SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific last season we are extremely excited to announce and lock in the dates for the 2022 SCL:AP – FINALS. Like last season the SCL:AP will continue to innovate and promote mixed sailing, with all crews to be 2 male / 2 female as not only is it the right thing for the sport, but it simply makes for a better event.
For the 2022 Finals we will not only have the Open Final (open to all ages) but also run a separate U22 Final the weekend before the Open Finals to give these U22 a chance to compete in back to back events as well at the same location (Newcastle). Each of these Finals will be the pathway for clubs to then go onto compete in the respective World Finals to be held in Sept/Oct 2022 in Europe. The dates for the SCL:AP Finals are:
- 2022 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific – FINAL (U22): 19/20th March 2022
- 2022 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific – FINAL (Open): 26/27th March 2022
Entry and qualifying for both Open and U22 Finals will be announced shortly with the top four teams from the 2021 Finals in Newcastle all gaining direct entry for the 2022 Finals, and this year we hope to have teams representing clubs from New Zealand and the Pacific as well as all States in Australia.
Lock in these dates into your calendar, and start working with your club to pull together their teams to start training. Entry and qualification regatta details to follow.
Watch the 2020/21 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific season wrap-up video.
2020/21 Completed with a spectacular Final at Newcastle.
Hosted as a part of Newcastle’s annual SailFest maritime festival program and supported by the City of Newcastle the final races for the 2020/21 SCL: Asia Pacific season have been won and lost. Congratulations go out to the team representing the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania who were the class act over the entire three days and fought off Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron (reigning champions), as well as our hosts Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club the the team from Brighton & Seacliff Yacht Club in the Final Four series.
2021 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific – FINAL: Competing Clubs
We would like to thank and congratulate the following club teams that all qualified for the Final and look foward to making announcements on the upcomming 2021/22 Season as soon as possible.
- Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club 1
- Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club 2
- Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron 1
- Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron 2
- Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron
- Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
- Australian Defence Forces Academy Sailing Club
- Mooloolaba Yacht Club
- Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron
- Brighton & Seacliff Yacht Club