Frensham Pond Sailability


Taster Sail:
Before you decide to become a member of Frensham Pond Sailability, you can experience up to 3 Taster Sails. In these taster sessions, you will normally be taken out by an experienced sailor in a two-seat Hansa 303 dinghy. You may take a maximum of three taster sessions. The first session is entirely free of charge. The second and third sessions cost £6 each but these fees are recoverable against the FPS subscription should you decide to become a member.
If you decide sailing is for you after one or two taster sessions, you can become member immediately.

Youth and Progress Groups:
A very active Youth Group meets on Saturday mornings between April and October for young people over 10 years old. A Progress Group also runs on Saturday mornings catering for young adults. As well as sailing and sail training there are also social activities, such as the Youth Fun Day.

Schools and Groups:
Special needs schools and other groups are welcome to attend regular Frensham Pond Sailability (FPS) sessions on Thursday mornings by prior arrangement. Please contact in advance to discuss your requirements.

Membership entitles you to:
Sailing on both Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the season (Beginning of April to End of October).
Use of Frensham Pond Sailing Club facilities.
Invitations for the sailor and spouse/carer to FPS and FPSC social activities (ticket charges may apply depending on the activity) – Regular FPS social occasions are the Fitting-Out Supper, the Summer BBQ and the Laying-Up Supper.
Inclusion on the FPS e-mailing list for routine Sailability communications. Receipt of the quarterly FPS Newsletter Breaking Wind.

About Frensham Pond Sailability

Frensham Pond Sailability - a partnership between Frensham Pond Sailing Club (FPSC) and Farnham & District Sports Association for the Disabled (FDSAD). Sailability provides a very wide range of dinghy and mini-keelboat sailing, from therapeutic cruising to fully competitive racing. They welcome people of all ages who, because of illness or disability, require support to sail. Organised sailing takes place on Thursday and Saturday mornings during the April - October period. The club has a range of boat types that can cater for individual capabilities, experience and ambition. For the beginner no prior sailing experience is required. For those who have sailed before or are looking for a more serious sporting challenge, they can offer highly competitive sailing in Paralympic class mini-keelboats.

Sailing on Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the season from April to October. Swimming at Farnham Sports Centre with FDSAD on Saturday mornings. Cruising & competitive racing ‚ on-site & national events. Starter boats to Paralympic class mini-keelboats. Expert support and tuition. Fully accessible site. Personal hoists for boat access. Buoyancy aids, protective clothing & hoist slings. Lively social scene

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User Cost/Charge Information
The annual membership fees (the year runs from November to October) are currently £60 (maximum) for adults and £30 (maximum) for those under 19. You are not obliged to pay this in a single instalment. If you prefer, or if you only expect to be an occasional sailor, you can choose our Pay As You Go option which is £6 per sailing session. Once you have paid 10 instalments or 5 for under 19s(i.e. £60 or £30 respectively), you will not be charged for further sessions. Also any payments for taster sails are credited as part of your membership.

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Frensham Pond Sailability

01252 792859



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