Welcome to Frensham Pond Sailing Club. Based on a beautiful lake in South West Surrey, the club welcomes new members, both experienced sailors and those wishing to learn. If you would like to find out more, please look further at our website or why not take the opportunity to visit and talk with the club manager or the clubs members. Frensham Pond is a club for all ages, all abilities and all seasons.

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2015 2.4mR Open

This year's Frensham 2.4mR Open will be held on the 9th and 10th May.

The programme on Saturday is briefing at 15:00 then 2 races back to back with the warning for the first race scheduled to be no earlier than 15:55. Then on Sunday there will be 4 races with the warning for the first race scheduled to be no earlier than 10:55.

For Notice of Race and Entry Form please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Newbery Shield - 1st January 2015

Final Results as of January 1, 2015


PositionClassSailNoHelmCrewPY No. Pursuit Race 
1st Lark 2339 Matt Shorrock Ben Shorrock 1071 1 1
2nd Laser 164748 Roger Gilbert   1088 2 2
3rd Devoti D-One 55 Nick Craig   959 3 3
4th Laser 4.7 194448 Ross Thompson   1185 4 4
5th RS200 37 Katrina Gilbert J Gilbert 1051 5 5
6th Laser 160725 Nick Hudson   1088 6 6
7th Solo 4410 John Townsley   1146 7 7
8th RS100 10.2 3 Clive Eplett   988 8 8
9th Laser RADIAL 178505 Jess D'Arcy   1122 9 9
10th Laser RADIAL 75032 Gavin Maclachlan   1122 10 10
11th Signet 907 KateTaylor Rob Anstey 1265 11 11
12th RS Tera 2391 Luke Anstey   1451 16 DNF 16
12th 420 517620 Megan Ferguson George Bridge 1100 16 DNF 16
12th Solo 4680 Richard Howard   1146 16 DNF 16
12th Laser 176655 David Farmer   1088 16 DNF 16

Keen Cup 2014


PositionClassSailNoHelmCrewPY No.Pursuit Race
1st RS Tera 2391 Luke Anstey   1451 1 1
2nd 2.4 28 Lionel East   1248 2 2
3rd 2.4 No No John Brooker   1248 3 3
4th Rooster 8.1 367 Colin Hammond   1044 4 4
5th Lark 12 Phil Whitney Lynda Williams 1071 5 5
6th Signet 907 KateTaylor Rob Anstey 1265 6 6

RS Tera Update 2014

Its been a busy year for the clubs RS Tera fleet, going from strength to strength we are regularly seeing 12 boats on the pond now having formulated an excellent training program for the children to help them develop their confidence and racing skills.

Earlier on in the year we established the class’s first Race series the RS Tera Summer Scramble Series. With a Prize donated by Neil Hardie and some excellent craftsmanship by Harry Stratton-Brown this gave the children a great Trophy to contend for. This proved as ever popular and close competition right up to the last weekend where Ralph Neville took the Title closely followed by Luke Anstey and Laura Hardie.

This was duly followed by a top coaching session by non-other than Frensham’s very own sailing superstar Nick Craig. The children were inspired and relished every bit of Nick’s helpful coaching advice. The day proved a very popular one, followed up by Nick presenting the trophy to Ralph and the runners up for their summer performances.

Following on from this a number of our top RS Tera Sailors teamed up to compete and learn in the ever competitive October Cadet Fleet Training. This proved  a great learning experience for them and it was evident their Helming experience in the RS Tera stood them in good ground for two handed cadet fleet racing. Some good skills were learnt and im sure some some will venture back into the cadet for the odd guest appearance and regatta competition in the coming season.

With the Youth Cadet Training session concluded in October our sailors are now back in their RS Tera’s training hard. A couple of them attend the ever popular RS End of Season Championship to battle with the strong winds on day 1 and then in complete contrast the light winds day of Sunday.

All sailors put in a sterling performance and once again Ralph Neville, who I should add, has made next year’s RS Tera National Squad, finished a credible 8th overall giving Frensham its best ever result at a main RS Tera event.

With winter almost upon us the Fleet are already competing for the next Trophy. Yes the class now has a 2nd Trophy, named the RS Tera Winter Frosbite series and competition is already hoting up for what looks to be another close fought battle .

All this completes another successful year for the RS Tera Class at Frensham as it goes from strength to strength, giving our young sailors the opportunity to stay in the sport they love, have fun! And get some great results along the way. GOOD Luck to all in 2015!

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