The Sailing Champions League is a professional sailing competition that brings together the best sailing clubs from various countries across Europe. It was first established in 2014 and has since become a highly prestigious event in the sailing world.
The competition format consists of various regional qualifiers and a final, which is held at the end of the season. The regional qualifiers are held in different countries and are open to sailing clubs from the respective region. The winners of each regional qualifier then compete in the final, where they represent their club and country in a highly competitive race.
The competition is designed to promote high–level sailing and to give amateur sailors the opportunity to compete alongside professional sailors. The Sailing Champions League is sanctioned by World Sailing, the international governing body for the sport of sailing.
Some of the countries that have participated in the Sailing Champions League include Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, and Russia. The event attracts top sailors from around the world and is widely followed by sailing enthusiasts.