Welcome To Our Club
Located on the edge of Mounts Bay in West Cornwall, our club is situated on some of the best sailing waters in the UK.
We are very much a family club with members of all ages and ambitions, from internationally competitive dinghy racers to offshore cruising sailors and everything in between.
Join a club that has been awarded with a RYA Club of the Year Award and the RYA Onboard Cornish Club of the Year Award.
Become a member from as little as £30 for Under 18s and £65 for adults.
Our winter sailing programme is now underway in the form of the Frostbite series. For more details see the Frostbite webpage.
The full 2015 sailing programme is now online...more.
420 Ladies Wold Championships
Penzance Sailing Club is very proud of its young sailors and this year was no exception. After a challenging winter of qualifying events at Rutland Water and Weymouth, Penzance Sailor Rebecca Stephens and her crew Niamh O'Neill were selected along with nine other boats to travel to Karatsu, Japan for the International 420 Open and Ladies World Championships which were held 17-25th July 2015...more
Penzance Sailing Club participated in the annual Bart's Bash event this morning, with the sun attempting to break through the clouds. Bart's Bash is an annual fundraising and participation campaign promoted by the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation (the charity set up in 2013 to honour the life and legacy of Andrew 'Bart' Simpson MBE, Olympic Gold & Silver medalist and America's Cup Sailor by using sailing to transform the lives of young people)...more
Combined Series - Race 10
Very little wind greeted the dinghy sailors this evening. Not to be deterred, the sailors paddled out of the harbour towards the start line...more
Cruiser Racing Weekend - Porthleven
On Saturday 5th September at 9.00am four cruisers started the outward leg of their annual weekend race to Porthleven – with a special mention to the Trewhella family in Daydreamer – their first offshore race...more
Weekend Series - Races 17 and 18
At 8.15am Eric Taylor and his crew powered across to Marazion to help provide safety cover for the RNLI "Around the Mount Open Water Swim" (a one and a half mile open water sea swim around St Michaels Mount)...more.
Trainee Regatta / Combined Series - Race 9
Twenty nine dinghies were racing this evening in a North Westerly wind Force 3-4...more
Three members from Penzance Sailing Club entered the UK Laser Association National Championships that were held across the water...more
Four Enterprise Dinghies from Penzance Sailing Club made the short trek to Looe for this year's week long Enterprise National Championships. Colin Stephens was sailing with Simon Lees, Jeremy Williams with Becca Stephens, Jeremy Stephens teamed up with Darren Roach from the Royal Naval Sailing Association and Tom Kliskey sailing his first enterprise nationals with a young local crew from Looe...more.
Thursday, 20 August - Cruiser Report
Gusts up to 27 knots accompanied the mist and rain tonight as a hardy 5 lined up. Again, Pepsi was in a class of her own...more.
Enterprise Isles of Scilly Adventure
On Friday 7th August, two of Penzance Sailing Club's young, experienced and enthusiastic sailors, Giles Gilbert and Holly Latham sailed their Enterprise Dinghy to the Isles of Scilly!..more
Combined Series - Race 5
There was a healthy twenty dinghies on the water this evening including four trainees on the club Picos. The wind was a South Westerly Force 4-6 increasing as the boats headed to the start line...more
Combined Series - Race 4
An evening of little wind...more
Combined Series - Race 2
Sixteen dinghies signed in on a much calmer evening with the wind a South Westerly Force 2...more
Combined Series - Race 1
The Race Officer opted for a mass start at 19.05 as at that time a squall hit with gust of 36 knots...more
Cornwall School Games
Congratulations to Penzance junior sailors Jodi Stephens and Harry Patten who represented Humphry Davy School...more
The up-to-date dinghy results as of 18 August are now online.
Thursday Series - Race 14
After a cancelled sail on Monday due to the high winds, twenty three boats signed in on a gloriously sunny Thursday evening with a North Easterly wind a steady Force 3...more.
Thursday Series - Race 13
The wind was a Force 3 by the time that the Enterprises got to the first mark, led by Jeremy Williams and Di Stephens...more.
Monday Series - Race 15
A starboard hand course was set which resulted in a beat across the second leg for the eight Lasers (3 Radial), two Mirrors, five Enterprises and two Handicap boats...more.
The cruiser results as of 1 August are now on our results webpage.
After a windy race the PASAB 2015 results are now on our results webpage.
The results of the midbay races after six races are now on our results webpage.
For the full regatta results see our results webpage.
For more news go to our news blog.