Welcome to Seasalter Sailing Club
Seasalter Sailing Club is on the North Kent coast 2 miles west of Whitstable and 5 miles from the end of the M2 motorway. Our focus is on club racing and leisure sailing, of dinghies and catamarans, in a relaxed atmosphere suitable for single and family members. The Club is open for new members. Check out our welcome video.
The clubhouse is adjacent to the sea wall with panoramic views from the 1st floor clubroom across Whitstable Bay, the main sailing area. There is free public car parking adjacent and the club has its own boat storage and camping field on the other side of the road. The field is only 70 meters from the ramp over the sea wall leading to the gently sloping sand and pebble beach which is less than 10 meters from the high water mark.
|Saturday 3rd September 2016||Storm Petrel 1 at 12.35||Storm Petrel 2 to follow||
|Sunday 4th September 2016||Fowley Island Race 1 at 13.00||
|Sunday 18th September 2016||Storm Petrel 3 at 12.05||Storm Petrel 4 to follow||
|Saturday 1st October 2016||Storm Petrel 5 at 11.40||Storm Petrel 6 to follow||
|Sunday 2nd October 2016||Storm Petrel 7 at 12.05||Storm Petrel 8 to follow||
2015 was a Cracking year at Seasalter. We started the year off in February with the very popular ‘Get Fit for Sailing’ sessions, these classes allowed the Seasalter collective to fine-tune their already beautiful bodies ready for the sailing season. We saw 36 people attend up to seven s...
Sailing Club and Lions Celebrate Defib installation for the Community Members of Seasalter Sailing Club and Whitstable & Herne Bay Lions celebrated the installation of one of the first Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) with 24/7 access, in East Kent outside the sailing club ho...
June and July 2016 - summer sailing - fun and excitement at Seasalter………. ………..and don’t miss more photos on Facebook. We started the month with our Club Open day, this year focusing on club members’ families and friends, giving an opportunity ...
Sunday 24th July turned out to be perfect day for our late afternoon cruise to Faversham Creek, the forecast was for south westerly winds, F4-5, gusting F6. The sun shone, the sea was warm and once we launched over the mounds of seaweed along the shoreline there was no stopping us. The...