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 £25 for Under 18s and £60 for adults.
PASAB - Friday 25 until Monday 28 July
Our annual race to the Isles of Scilly over three legs. Friday into Saturday for the race to Scilly, Sunday sees us race around the island and on Monday we race back to Penzance. For full details see the...more information.
The full 2014 sailing programme is now online including the normal mix of racing and social event.
Thurday 17 July
As the sailors arrived, the wind began to get stronger, sea conditions very quickly began to deteriorate and the wise decision was made not to sail...more.
Monday 14 July
Due to work and holiday commitments there were fewer, but still a healthy, twelve dinghies and nine cruisers signing in to compete in strong westerly winds, force 5-6...more.
Saturday 12 July - COGS
Cornwall Offshore Group Series – Penzance Passage Race (sponsored by A2 Rigging)...more.
Saturday 12 July
The weekend dinghy event entailed an exciting sail to the Sea Salt and Sail Festival in Mousehole...more.
Thursday 10 July
It was the annual "Lady Helm Race" this evening, running alongside a non-series race. A port hand, five lap, triangular course was set with a north westerly wind, force 2-3...more.
Monday 8 July
The wind was a north westerly, force 2-3 as the dinghy sailors arrived for the evening's sail...more.
Holly Mae returns to Penzance
On Wednesday 2 July, Holly Mae, the thirty five foot Gaffer built by Joff Rorke, arrived back in Penzance after sailing from Antigua via the Azores..more.
Monday 30 June
A six lap porthand course was set by the Race Officer Adrian Symons. The wind was a Force 4-5, South Easterly, with very "lumpy" sea conditions...more.
Gul Mirror & Enterprise Open Meeting
Congratulations also go to the Penzance Enterprise Sailors who travelled to Looe to participate in the Gul Mirror and Enterprise Open Meeting on 28th June, with excellent results...more.
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