The 2018 Allen Enterprise Inland Championship was held at Blithfield Sailing Club over the weekend of 14/15 April. In addition to being the Inland Championship, this event also kicked off the 2018 National Circuit series.
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We have members of all ages and from every walk of life so why not join them?
Don’t know how to sail?
If you like the idea of sailing, but don’t know where to start, don’t worry. Our Training Group teaches many new members to sail each year.
Our clubhouse overlooks Mounts Bay and with its modern facilities makes it an ideal location whether you are going sailing or coming to watch sailing.
Our club “Penzance Sailing Club” was formed in 1939 by seven people who bought 14 foot West of England Conference Redwings.
Affiliated to RYA
Penzance Sailing Club is affiliated to the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) which means we subscribe to their standards. The RYA is national authority for sailing and other watersports in the United Kingdom. RYA Team GBR, Great Britain’s Olympic sailing team, have positioned Britain as the most successful sailing nation in Olympic history and sailing as Britain’s current top-performing Olympic sport.
Run by the members - for the members
You are welcome to visit the club during any sailing events to watch what goes on and talk to our members. All club activities are run by members on a voluntary basis. Events range from short but fast dinghy racing to an overnight race to the Isles of Scilly. We really have something for everyone.
The Enterprise Class held its National Championship this year at Abersoch, hosted by South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club, from 6th to 11th August, writes Phil Bevan.
6 members of Penzance sailing club entered the World Mirror Championship being held at Restrouguet sailing Club.
They were lead by the mirror fleet captain Eric Taylor and his crew Aoife Mooney, Lloyd Williams crew Demelza Hewitt, and finally Sebi Schmidt crew Rosin Mooney.