On Saturday 3rd August, 200 volunteers will help Whitstable
Maritime present a full day’s entertainment and experiences on land and sea
with 50 local and national organisations already booked for Whitstable Harbour
Day. 10,000 visitors are expected to enjoy the fun.
Craft filling the harbour will range from a Bronze Age
replica boat to the latest high-tech racing dinghy. Visitors will be able to
board vessels varying in size from a 250 foot coaster to a 20 foot lugger that
you could trail behind a car. Visiting boats include powerful 60 foot patrol
boats belonging to the Border Force and Inshore Fisheries Conservation; the
Margate All Weather Lifeboat; several Thames barges and Old Gaffers, and the
local fishing fleet. A 45 foot ex-naval launch belonging to the Maritime
Volunteer Service is due to offer boat rides.
Continue reading “Whitstable Harbour Day 2019 gets underway!”
Here we are in another new year with a new-look web site and lots to look forward to in 2019!
These are some things we have got planned –
Harbour Day 2019. This was a huge success last year and planning is now under way for this year’s event. Keep an eye on these pages and meanwhile put the date in your diary –
Saturday 3rd August 2019
The deadline for booking stand space has now passed but some further space may become available. If you are interested in being considered, please download the Harbour Day 2019Application Form (pdf) and return it to the address shown on the form.
Gamecock Restoration. We have a major restoration project under way on this historic Oyster Yawl. Watch this space for some exciting news coming up soon.
Fund Raising. We are very grateful to our loyal supporters who have contributed their time and/or their money to the good causes that Whitstable Maritime supports. And to make it even easier to donate or to raise money for these good causes, we now have our very own page on JustGiving – www.justgiving.com/whitstablemaritime