Welcome to Frensham Pond Sailing Club. Based on a beautiful lake in South West Surrey, the club welcomes new members, both experienced sailors and those wishing to learn. If you would like to find out more, please look further at our website or why not take the opportunity to visit and talk with the club manager or the clubs members. Frensham Pond is a club for all ages, all abilities and all seasons.

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FPSC Step 2 update

As England has now moved to Step 2 of the Government's relaxation of COVID restrictions we are really pleased to confirm the following changes at the Club with effect from today, April 12th:

  1. The changing rooms and showers are now open.
    Please read the Club's guidance - if you can change at home that's great; maximum of 10 males and 8 females at any one time; socially distance; make sure the lights are on (so the ventilation fans run!); cleaning materials provided so please do your bit to keep the areas spotless; please do not leave any kit in there.
  2. General sailing is now available all day on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
    But please DO NOT launch from the slipway near the safety boat sheds whilst Sailability are operating on Thursdays; and avoid the reclaimed land and their racing area on the Pond when MYG are present on Tuesdays. Please remember both groups have vulnerabilities to manage.
  3. The Bar and Galley will re-open from Saturday 17th April.
    Counter service Saturday mornings (no alcohol). Please remember to wear a face covering and socially distance when inside the Clubhouse.

    Table-service when alcohol is being served (and hopefully you remember how we manage that).
    Food and drink must be consumed sitting down OUTSIDE max. 6 or 2 households in a group.

We are currently trying to recruit a Catering Manager. Until we succeed the Bar and Galley will be run by volunteers with restricted availability of food on Saturday mornings only.


The General Committee

Racing Weekend 10th & 11th April

The links to the signing on sheets are shown below. As Saturday is the traditional date for the Clubhouse Trophy we will be racing for that particular honour. Saturday & Sunday are races in the extended Winter Series.

Please ensure you sign on before the race. This is required to enter the race even if you have also registered for another activity (e.g. Saturday morning youth training). If you are attending just for the race this is also our record of who was present at the club during the racing session. Please register your attendance on site during racing sessions even if you are not racing, please use the ‘Additional Attendance’ tab.

Saturday afternoon: pursuit race (first start 14:30) with no limits on entry numbers.



Sunday afternoon: Class racing (first starts 12:15 & 14:00) with no limits on entry numbers.


12:15 - 2.4mR Class

12:20 - ILCA/Laser Class (all rigs)

12:25 - Enterprise Class


14:00 - Solo Class

14:05 - GP14 Class

14:10 - K Class

14:15 - Cadet, Tera, Topper & Liberty


Regards, Ian. 

Casual Sailing

For casual sailing you must still book your slot here


Sailing for Disabled Members

The GC is pleased to announce a return to sailing for the Club's disabled sailors from Saturday 20th February, continuing every Thursday and Saturday thereafter.

Organised sport for the disabled is permitted by the Government as a specific exemption from the current lockdown regulations because of the disproportionate impact on the health and wellbeing of disabled people. The Club has received support to organise this from both the RYA and Waverley Borough Council.

Further information is attached. It explains why this activity is important for disabled people and includes details of how the Club's disabled members can participate.

The GC shares everyone's frustration at not being able to sail at the Club but asks that non-disabled members respect the needs of our disabled members and continue to understand that the Club remains closed to them. Rest assured that we aim to open for all members at the very earliest opportunity.

The General Committee

Download 2021 02 18 Disabled Sailing Information for Members Here

Forthcoming Events

Race Programme