National Sailing League
Inaugural
Australian Championship

25-28 April 2019, Sydney Harbour

About The Event

About The Event

The most successful National Sailing League clubs compete against each other in the inaugural National Sailing League Final. Each club is represented by a team of four of its most accomplished sailors. At least one team member must be female. To win the title and the much sought-after trophy, the clubs have to perform under pressure and put in a world-class performance when it matters most. Short races, one-design boats, a standardised course and a competition between the most prestigious sailing clubs in Australia – all these ingredients combine to guarantee sailing at its best.

The winners of the Australian Championships will compete in the World Championships in Europe in October 2019

Sailing Champions League

Starting in 2016 in Europe the Sailing Champions League is now the largest international club based sailing event. It has national associations across the world and continues to grow rapidly.

The winners of the Australian Championship will compete in the World Championships in Europe in October 2019

Race Format

”Easy sailing” – just bring your sailing gear

  • Up to 48 races per event
  • 3 races per hour
  • short speedfleetrace (12 – 15 min.)
  • Many races per club/sailor
  • SAP Sailing Analytics / live race information
  • Umpired fleet racing
  • Boatchange on water
  • A fleet of identical boats

Course

Windward leeward courses

Where

Sydney Harbour

When

Thursday to Sunday
25 - 28 April 2019

Teams

The clubs invited to compete in the inaugural National Sailing League Final will be listed here. Over the next few months all clubs in Australia will be offered the opportunity to participate. Only a select few will be invited to compete.

If your club is not on this list, there is still time. Put a team together and contact your club commodore to enter.

Event Schedule

Preliminary Schedule This schedule will be updated with additional social events closer to the regatta.

Registration

Registration opens.

On water training for teams

Teams must pre register for access to training boats.

On water training finish

On water training completed all boats must be off the water.

Competitor Briefing and Welcome

Mandatory brioefing for all competitors.

Sailors Party

BBQ and drinks on the waterfront.

Skipper Briefing.

Mandatory briefing for all skippers.

Start of Racing session

Earliest Warning Signal.

Racing session completes

Last Warning Signal.

Sailors Party

BBQ and drinks on the waterfront.

Skipper Briefing.

Mandatory briefing for all skippers.

Start of Racing session

Earliest Warning Signal.

Racing session completes

Last Warning Signal.

Sailors Party

BBQ and drinks on the waterfront.

Skipper Briefing.

Mandatory briefing for all skippers.

Start of Racing session

Earliest Warning Signal.

Racing session completes

Last Warning Signal.

Presentation and Closing Party

Presentation and closing party in CCB.

Event Venue

Event venue location info and gallery

Sydney Harbour, NSW Australia

Sydney Harbour Sydney Harbour is commonly referred to as the most beautiful natural harbour in the world. Those who come to see it will understand why. The 240 kilometres of shoreline encompass approximately 54 square kilometres of water, which translates to an enormous area for exploration and discovery. Home to over 30 Sailing Clubs, Sydney Harbour has been the venue of choice for events including Sydney 2000 Olympic Sailing Competition, SailGP and Extreme Sailing Series.

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