Tankerton Bay Sailing Club - Kent
2019 sailing programme now out
2019 sailing programme now out
2019 training programme now out
Push the boat out - open day - Sunday 5th May
New! Club clothing now available to purchase - check off the water pages
Have a go days available - check out training programme
Easter egg hunt for members children - Easter Monday

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 sail most weekends from late March through to early November. See our sailing calendar for details on racing, cruising and relaxed sailing for both dinghy and catamaran sailors supported by a fun social programme. Additionally we are an accredited RYA Training Centre offering a range of courses for all abilities. .

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 weekend during the sailing season, when we would be pleased to talk to you about our club, and to answer any questions that you may have.

Come and try sailing! Club Open Day - Sunday 5th May

As part of the RYA National Push the Boat out event Tankerton Bay Sailing Club welcomes complete novice and experienced sailors to try sailing from 11:00 until 16:00 on the 5th May 2019. On hand to greet visitors and to explain how our club and RYA Training Centre works will be club members, our Training Team and members of the committee. With prior registration in the Club house on the day, experienced club members will be offering rides around the Bay on their Catamarans and Dinghies. Refre

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2019 Sailing and Training Programmes - including Open Day

Our 2019 Sailing and Training programmes have now both been issued.  

This year we are offering a broader range of sailing events that provide better links to our training and social programmes. This means Saturday sailing, more fun events and more events that cater for beginner and intermediate sailors that will help bridge the gap from the recently trained to those hardened old salts!  Saturdays will be more laid back with Sundays generally focused on racing. We hav

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Laying Up Supper

A great evening was had by 100 members and friends at the Marine on the 1st December as we celebrated a great season for which we have much to shout about. Terrific racing, reinvigorated training (thanks North Shore!) an up and coming youth section (us experienced sailors need to watch out...) and plenty of activity both on and off the shore. Membership booming and recognition through the RYA members survey that we are one of the best clubs in the south east  


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Topper Factory Visit

Visit to TOPPER Sailboats

On 22 November 2018 Ten Club Members braved the fog and road works on the M20 to see how our local International boat builder produces  its injection / rota-moulded sailboats and catamarans from its base in Ashford Kent.

TOPPER Sailboats are best known  for the production of the Topper sailing dinghy that shares the companies name. With nearly  50,000 having been produced from just one mould since 1976, the Ashford Production Team j

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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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Tide Times & Heights for Whitstable Approaches on 19th April 2019

High Tide 01:125.38m
Low Tide 07:420.23m
High Tide 13:465.39m
Low Tide 19:510.63m
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