Tankerton Bay Sailing Club - Kent
Thanking all our volunteers for making 2018 a great year!
Thanking all our volunteers for making 2018 a great year!
Wine and Wisdom - Saturday 10th November
Laying-up Supper - 1st December - SOLD OUT
Wine and Wisdom - Saturday 10th November
Wine and Wisdom - Saturday 10th November
Trip to Topper factory in Ashford. Let us know if you are interested

Tankerton Bay Sailing Club

Situated on the North Kent Coast, an area popular with sailors, the Tankerton Bay Sailing Club was formed in 1962. There is a friendly atmosphere, welcoming all ages and all abilities.

We have regular training days as well as racing for dinghies and catamarans.

If you would like to find out more, then please use the contact us form. Better still, why not call in at the club on a Sunday, when we would be pleased to talk to you about our club, and to answer any questions that you may have?

Last Sailing Day of the season

What a great day!

The 3rd November was the last sailing day of the year. We had a wonderful turnout with over 20 boats and probably around 35 people on the water....
In the Cat fleet, Tim and Ashten Blades came in 2nd on their Dart 18 and claimed their first long distance cats series. In the Mono fleet, Ted North also finished 2nd on the day which secured the mono long distance series. We are informed that this is his first series win in over 50 years of sailing! Well do

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Bart's Bash Race 2018

16th September 2018 saw Tankerton Bay Sailing Club take part for the third year running in the largest sailing race in the world, 'Bart's Bash'.

This international charity race is organised by the Andrew Simpson Foundation (ASF) in memory of Andrew (Bart) Simpson, a double Olympic medallist who tragically lost his life whilst training for the America’s Cup in 2013. This is the fifth year the race has been run since the first in 2014. The ASF uses this eve

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Summer Holidays Sailing at Tankerton Bay

Tankerton Bay’s own RYA Training Centre has been a hive of activity over the summer break. 

6 adults and 15 children have come along to our various courses in August. We have battled high winds and 3-foot waves (which the youngsters seemed to love swimming in) and we have had days of sunshine and perfect training winds - generally a nice long-shore force 2 to 3. We have introduced families and individuals to sailing from age 8 to 60 plus, running Stage 1 Youth and Level 1

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RYA Youth training - August 2018

The first rain we’ve seen for weeks did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of the six youngsters (Daisy, Amelia, Guy, Baxter, Will and Izabela) who attended the first of this year’s RYA Youth training courses at the club. In spite of some very challenging conditions all of our intrepid young trainees braved the wind and waves to put into practice the various manoeuvres they’d learnt on the club’s ‘state of the art’ sailing simulator - what other training cent

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The Alex Holliday Trust

RYA news recognises our recently formed scholarship - the Alex Holliday Trust. 

Last summer, Alex, a student of Queen Elizabeth Grammar School and a keen member of our Sailing Club, suddenly and tragically passed away whilst on a school trip to Cuba. Alex was an active member of the club along with his parents and his sister. In recognition of this, his parents requested donations to each of his beloved sports clubs in his memory. After careful consideration we conclu

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Tide Times & Heights for Whitstable Approaches on 18th November 2018

Low Tide 02:101.85m
High Tide 08:204.47m
Low Tide 14:531.31m
High Tide 21:094.66m
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