News & Media

Find all the latest news and developments going on at the club both on-the-water and off-the-water from racing information, member news, committee developments, picture and video galleries to social events. Frensham Pond also has its own very 'local' weather forecasting service so if you want to know the wind speed, whether it’s frozen or if you can pick up a tan …it’s all here

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Laser Training Saturday 1st October POSTPONED

Laser Radial and 4.7 TRAINING Saturday 1st October POSTPONED

This is the last session this year- don't miss out. 

Ian Gregory will run a coaching session on Saturday 1st October

This will start at 12 noon and finish at 1.30pm

Please be rigged, changed and ready by 12 noon

Lets see you on the water

Dori West

Laser 4.7 RYA National Squad Qualifier

Zac West won the Laser 4.7 RYA National Squad Qualifier

The first Laser 4.7 Ladder event in the new season was held on 3rd – 4th September at WPNSA . This event was also the first qualifier for the 2016/17 Laser 4.7 National Squad. Zac West won the event by showing great consistency and won every single race over the two days! Congratulations to Zac! 

FPSC Youth Regatta 10 September 2016

For all Young Sailors-

For Saturday 10th September, the programme shows Youth Regatta.

Open to all members 25 and younger.

Open to all classes of boat.

Three 25 minute races, with starts at 9.30 prompt, 10.15 and 11.00.

Ideal preparation for our Laser Open on the following day??

Keith Videlo Race Officer

Laser Open Meeting 2016

Sunday 11th September 

Separate starts for Radials and 4.7s if more than 5 entries

Briefing 10:15am; first start 11:00am; 4 races

Entry fee £16; tea after racing included

See you there!

RS Tera Inland National Championships 2016

Another Frensham Winner !

Seven young sailors represented FPSC at the RS Tera Inland National Championships at Grafham Water over the week-end of 18th/19th June.

Competition was fierce and at the top end of the 42-strong Sport fleet there were seven different race winners. And three of those were Frensham sailors – Ralph Nevile, Jake Thompson and Luke Anstey !

As ever, consistency won through and Ralph Nevile posted a fantastic series of results to win the Championship by a convincing 8 points from the second placed boat. Congratulations to Ralph and well done to our other sailors for some great individual race results !

FPSC Placings :

Sport Fleet : Ralph Nevile 1st; Jake Thompson 5th; Luke Anstey 11th; Tom Ahlheid 16th; Tom Stratton-Brown 29th; Tristan Ahlheid 32nd

Pro Fleet : Ollie Jenkins 24th