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.
Porthleven Race - Saturday, 5 and Sunday, 6 September
Races start at 09:00 on Saturday and 10:00 on Sunday.
If you cannot join us to sail, come along on Saturday evening for a meal and/or a drink.
Mount Cruise - Friday, 18 September at 18:00
Our annual cruise over to the Mount, courtesy of Lord and Lady St Levan. All are welcome and we will try and fit everyone on board a cruiser.
Scilly Cruise -
19 and 20, September
end of season cruise to Scilly. A chance to sail over to the islands in company and enjoy a short stay there (weather permitting).
The full 2015 sailing programme is now online...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.
It was a Pursuit Race this evening for the fifteen dinghies that amassed on the start line with the wind a Southerly Force 3-4...more.
Monday Series - Race 14
The wind was a brisk Westerly this evening – Force 4 gusting Force 5, as fifteen dinghies signed into race...more.
Thursday Series - Race 12
Thursday evening was a complete contrast to the previous Monday with very westerly light airs dropping away to almost nothing...more.
Monday Series - Race 13
There was a long debate as to whether the race was to go ahead this evening as the southerly wind was gusting at thirty knots...more.
Monday Series - Race 12
It was a hazy evening with light winds – with the Penzance Fleet racing continuing to grow there were six Enterprises, 7 Lasers, six Mirrors and 2 Handicap (420 and RS200) signed in...more.
Saturday Series - Race 8 and 9
Three Mirrors, five Enterprises a Laser and a 420 signed in. The Enterprise Fleet included a new addition, owned and sailed by Steve and Maria Patten...more.
Thursday Series - Race 10
With a beautiful sunny evening, wind force 2-4 it was the best turnout of the season so far with twenty five boats on the water...more.
Monday Series - Race 11
Nineteen dinghies were on the water this evening, with sixteen to race and three trainees on the club Picos. It was a North Westerly Wind, Force 2 and Race Officer Tim Cardell organised a starboard hand, triangle course for the competitors...more.
For more news go to our news blog.