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.
The 2016 season kicks off at 10am Sunday 14th February with the first of six sessions. Free to all current members, no need to book, just come along and join in.
|Saturday 26th March 2016||Ace Cup 1 at 12.20||Ace Cup 2 to follow||
|Sunday 27th March 2016||Ace Cup 3 at 13.55||Ace Cup 4 to follow||
|Monday 28th March 2016||Ace Cup 5 at 14.30||Ace Cup 6 to follow||
|Saturday 9th April 2016||Sallyforth 1 at 12.45||Sallyforth 2 to follow||
|Sunday 10th April 2016||Sallyforth 3 at 13.30||Sallyforth 4 to follow||
It seemed logical to sail to Sheerness rather than break the boats down and put them on the trailer, it would make the whole day more of an adventure. An adventure and a test of stamina. Most of us have raced around the Isle of Sheppey before, it is a bit of a slog as it is, add twelve miles to get ...
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...
Our new boats have both now arrived! The Pico arrived first (named "Puddleduck") and has seen plenty of action already - having been taken out by quite a few club members in a variety of conditions. She played a key role in our latest successful Open Day The Miracle arrived las...