Alan Prime of Border Force asks if anyone recognises these abandoned boats. They may simply have drifted off their moorings. The first one is at Motney Hill. Email email@example.com and we’ll pass the information on.
Medway Cruising Club is running two open days in conjunction with the Watersports Centre and under the RYA Push The Boat Out initative. This is a great opportunity for us to show off our facilities and what we do. The Open Days are on 5 and 6 May opening times are 11:00 to 16:00. There will be loads to see and do. Poster flyers are available in A4 and A5 size if you know somewhere that one can be posted.
We are holding our annual Open Season Party here at the Kent Boat & Ski Club to celebrate the upcoming boating season on Saturday 27th April, and was wondering if anyone from the Medway and Swale Boating Association would be interested in coming along. Entry is free and it starts at 7pm followed by a BBQ served at 8pm and the Loose Change band will be playing during the evening. It would be great to see as many of you there as possible. Contact Erin Bailey
Peel Ports advise that the floating dock/converted barge Westmoreland, that has been moored between two large yellow mooring buoys to the north of the Lower Halstow Yacht Club moorings, has sunk. It is still made fast to the two yellow marker buoys fore and aft but is covered at high water. The centre of the barge between the two yellow buoys is marked by floating pellet buoys. Mariners should navigate with caution due to this submerged danger to navigation. Approximate position 51 23.00N 000 40.60E. The owner is aware and will be dealing with the situation.
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Gillingham Marina Chandlery Safety Weekend 13th & 14th April 2019
15% off Safety Equipment (excludes electronic and pyrotechnic flares, terms and conditions apply)
Saturday- Gift stand for the RNLI Flare Amnesty, Prize Raffle, Free Tea & Coffee
Queenborough Harbour Trust is pleased to introduce to your our new Harbour Operative. Chris is very excited to be taking on this role and looks forward to meeting our mooring holders and visitors in the near future.
Most of you will have already met Dawn but this year she is joining us as a full time Seasonal Harbour Operative.
One of our Seasonal Harbour Operatives, Denis owns a classic barge and has been a regular visitor to the Harbour in past years.
Clubs are invited to run a stall for free at Hollowshore Cruising Club’s boat jumble sale on Sunday April 28 from 1030. The sale is beside the clubhouse at the Youngboats yard, by the head of Oare Creek in Oare Road, Faversham, ME13 7TX. Whilst there is no charge for stalls run by HCC members or visitors, a 10% contribution to HCC club funds is expected from all sales. There is also no entry charge for those who just want to browse the stalls for bargains. The bar will be open from around noon, and there will be refreshments. Queries to Mike Riches, HCC secretary, at firstname.lastname@example.org. “We are keen to attract new members, so this is a good opportunity to pop in and see what we have to offer. An ideal opportunity for dinghy sailors thinking about moving up to a cruising boat,” says Mike.