• Oyster Walks

    Oyster Walks

    During Harbour Day 2017, we ran a limited number of guided walks to help small groups discover the maritime history of Whitstable’s harbour and shore line. We now have a paper guide using QR codes to enable you to continue to explore Whitstable's maritime heritage.

  • The historic Gamecock

    The historic Gamecock

    The Gamecock is just one of three vessels that we now support. It was granted Heritage status in 2015 and has a dedicated crew of volunteers that will not only sail her, but maintain and preserve her for future generations. Find out why we are so passionate about the Gamecock and our other craft.

  • Coastal Community Team

    Coastal Community Team

    Find out how the Whitstable Maritime Coastal Community Team along with other Coastal Community Teams across the country are looking to enable local leaders, volunteers and business to work together to make the most of local heritage and stunning coastal assets for both tourism and the development of opportunities for local employment and investment ...

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2017 is turning out to be a very busy year and it has been lovely to meet some of you at our social events already.

Catch up on all our latest events and news, including our summer fundraiser, just a few days away now, Harbour Day on August 5th and find out what is happening with the Gamecock right now.

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Whether you love to sail or love the rich maritime history of the Whitstable area, becoming a friend lets you find out more.

There are many benefits to becoming a friend and your support allows us to keep our historical vessels afloat and continue to develop Maritime Heritage within Whistable. Becoming a friend is a fantastic way to join in.

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