Our annual race to the Isles of Scilly
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.
With a range of events taking place throughout the year why not take a look at the Sailing Programme and start putting some dates in your diary.
The Penzance Pirate Pursuit is open to all monohull classes with the first start at 10:30.
Our annual celebration of the year’s racing starting at 19:30.
Notice is given that the Penzance Sailing Club Annual General Meeting will be held in the Clubhouse on Thursday, 9 November 2017 at 19:30
The combined sailing instructions for both dinghy and cruiser competitors have been updated for 2017.
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.
A cracking day on the water today for the club open meeting.
Ben Flowers won the Standard Laser and Alice Woodings the Laser Radial.
The Enterprise fleet was won by Colin Stephens and Simon Lees.
Lloyd Williams and Demelza Hewitt won the Mirror class.
In the late 1960’s and early 70’s Spencer Field, an ex President of the Sailing club, took some unique cine film footage of the club and its sailing activities. These films lay in a box in his son’s garage for some 30 years. They were finally re discovered and professionally put onto DVD by the John Adam’s renowned Penzance based SSS films company. Read more