Frensham Pond Sailability offers people, who because of a long term illness or disability, require support to sail. There is a range of sailing available from therapeutic to competitive sailing all within a safe, caring and social environment. The site is easily accessible and all equipment and facilities needed for sailing are provided. So why not come and experience what many have described as 'freedom on the water'.

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 Frensham Pond Sailability 


Accessible Sailing for All


 Would you like to participate on equal terms in a mainstream sport?

If so, you will find a warm welcome from Sailability at Frensham Pond Sailing Club.


For our latest news click here for the Summer 2018 Newsletter





If you have a disability or long term illness and you are looking for a physically active and competitive outdoor sport, you will find it at Frensham Great Pond on any Thursday or Saturday morning between April and October.  The water is filled with sailing boats! Most of the sailors will have various disabilities, but this does not stop them sailing, either independently on their own, or with one our volunteer helms.   No previous sailing experience needed

  • Cruising & competitive racing – on-site & national events

  • Starter boats to Paralympic class mini-keelboats

  • Expert support and tuition

  • Fully accessible site

  • Personal hoists for boat access

  • Buoyancy aids, protective clothing & hoist slings

  •  Lively social scene


Just a reminder that the Forum is this Thursday 22nd November at 11am, drinks and CHRISTMAS CARDS available from 10.15!


Silver Medal for Lindsay Burns in World Championships

Lindsay Burns, Paul Phillips and Margaret Foreman have returned from the Hansa World Championships in Hiroshima, Japan, with Lindsay having won the Silver Medal in the fiercely contested 2.3 fleet. Paul secured 13th place in the Liberty fleet with Margaret securing 18th place in the 303 (1 person) fleet.

The sailors were part of the British contingent of eight competitors joining with more than 180 other sailors from 23 countries. The competition lasted over five days with a target of 10 races per fleet - there were four fleets. Some of the sailors sent their boats on ahead in containers; the others chartered boats in Japan.

Congratulations to all the sailors.






Please contact us to arrange a free taster sail any Thursday or Saturday morning (April – October) 






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Over 75% of our operating costs and 100% of our capital costs are met from donations and on-going fund-raising events. If you would like to help by making a small donation to Frensham Pond Sailability, please click on


Sailability Contacts:

Ivor Barrett   Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Frensham Pond Sailability meets on Thursdays and Saturdays between April and October at Frensham Pond Sailing Club, Pond Lane, Churt, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 2QA. The Welcome Desk is situated to the far right of the car park.

Tel: 01252 792859