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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Working Party September 2018

RS Tera Open Meeting - Sunday 9th September 2018

  • 4 race series with Sport and Pro starts
  • Entry £15 per boat, includes lunch
  • Registration from 9am
  • Welcome and briefing at 9.30am
  • 1st race at 10.20am

Entry deadline is 3rd September or sooner if the maximum entry has been reached. We have hit that for previous opens so early registration is recommended.

Entry forms can be downloaded from here

Notice of race can be downloaded from here

Friday Evening Sailing 2018

Friday Evening Social Sailing starts again today 6th July. 6:45 - 8:15
Race Start Training
Half Price Club boat hire
Enthusiastic Help

Come and join in

Frensham Win at RS Teras Inlands!

Seven Frensham sailors competed in the RS Tera Inland National Championships at Burton SC 30th June - 1st July. The sailing was truly fantastic, if a little challenging - unbroken blue skies, enough wind to kick up white horses and wind shifts that had even the Frensham contingent scratching their heads at the end of Saturday !

There was incredibly tight racing in the Pro Fleet with the lowest placed race-winner finishing in 12th overall ! But it was a Frensham 1-2 with Luke Anstey winning from Tom Ahlheid, and Tom Stratton-Brown sailing a very consistent series to finish fifth – but he was a whisker from making it a Frensham 1-2-3 !

In the Sport Fleet Tristan Ahlheid was one point off a top three placing. Featherweight Oliver Stratton-Brown toughed out the conditions to finish in the top 20, but should be in the medals for grit and determination.

In the Regatta Fleet William Stratton-Brown and William Ahlheid didn’t hit the top placings this time around, but they had a ball and came ashore with big smiles and tales of daring do. Which is just as it should be…

Forthcoming Events

Race Programme