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.
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.
Thanks to Steve's diligent mastery of all things tech; SSC website now has live weather reports from our own weather station. Find them on the home page and a more comprehensive analysis at 'multimedia' - 'weather'
|Saturday 30th May 2015||Saturday 3 at 09.35||Saturday 4 to follow||
|Sunday 31st May 2015||Cedric Wren 7 at 10.10||Cedric Wren 8 to follow||
|Saturday 6th June 2015||Saturday 5 at 13.55||Saturday 6 to follow||
|Sunday 7th June 2015||Summer 1 at 14.40||Summer 2 to follow||
|Sunday 14th June 2015||Summer 3 at 09.40||Summer 4 to follow||
The SSC Forum is now formatted to best suit members needs. Join the Forum to communicate directly with the rest of the membership, especially if you are not on Facebook. Unlike Facebook, we won't allow non-members to register for the forum (it's worth remembering that it may take s...
Seasalter Sailing Club has secured £10,000 of National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Small Grants Fund. The funding has been secured to support the purchase of two new boats as part of the clubs development programme and will support our aims of increased participation and the on...
The climax of the Sallyforth Series today was gladiatorial battle against a force 6 south westerly. The black rain clouds approaching from Faversham kept a few sailors ‘in doors’, six boats and ten sailors launched. Unfortunately, Paul Carter stabbed one of his rudders on sto...
‘Push the Boat Out’ at SEASALTER SAILING CLUB Wow - what a great day! we had families...
|Wind:||9 mph from the WNW (286°) with recent gusts of 12 mph|
|Rain:||No recorded rainfall today|
|Wednesday 27th of May 2015 03:04:14 AM|