Tankerton Bay Sailing Club - Kent
New waiting list for 2021 members ....Please sign up now
New waiting list for 2021 members ....Please sign up now
Racing and cruising for a variety of abilities
Club clothing available to purchase - check off the water pages
Posing before the race!

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, enjoying dinghy and catamaran racing, cruising and relaxed sailing supported by a fun social programme 

As an accredited RYA Training Centre we offer a range of course plus "have a go" days and sailing experiences for all abilities. 

If you would like to find out more, then please use the contact us form..


Celebrating our season - virtually - December 2020

What a strange season! Who would have thought we would have ended with a Virtual AGM attended by around 30 members followed a month later by a Virtual Prize Giving attended by around 40 members when the year started. Despite the pandemic and only managing to get on the water from Mid May, we have had a very successful year managing to run most of the racing series and even putting on more cruises and supported sailing days. The balcony and hatch to the bar/galley work

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Four newly qualified Assistant Instructors - September 2020

Four New RYA Assistant Instructors   

We are absolutely delighted that 4 club members have passed out as RYA assistant Instructors. They are Jenny along with three cadets, Hannah, Ethan and Alfie, who all have been working hard with Helen and Ted to learn the skills and techniques needed to assist with teaching RYA courses up to level 2. It’s clear both the trainers and trainees have had loads of fun, with some long days on the water and in the classroom as the

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An extraordinary summer in photos - August 2020

Check out the pictures from our Covid Summer here.

Due to Covid19 we couldn't reopen at all until June. Unsupported sailing got underway soon after, partial supported racing and cruising started in July and controlled training and improver sessions for more experienced sailors in August. The clubhouse and changing rooms remain closed (as does new membership unfortunately), but we are still regularly getting over 30 to 40 members at the club on a weekend day to enjoy ch

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Latest Members Communication - July 2020

In our latest Newsletter we share with our members our updated sailing calendar, what we have learned from our original Covid controls and where need to focus more. We also showcase further the work of our dedicated historians. The return to sailing plan allows us to cautiously and conservatively reopen further, but of course it is down to us all to follow both the Government and TBSC guidance if we wish to keep the virus at bay. Check out our controls out here  for duties and

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Coronavirus update

Coronavirus prevention at TBSC - 15th July 2020

Using guidance from the RYA and Sport England we have developed a plan for a phased return to normality. This builds on the Overall Covid Risk Assessment for the club, the Unsupported Sailing Guidance document we issued out mid-May in our membership, and provides a path to a slow re-opening. Our initial steps in May were to allow unsupported Sailing, followed by the completion of the winter works in June. In July we have managed t

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Tide Times & Heights for Whitstable Approaches on 25th January 2021

Low Tide 04:041.47m
High Tide 10:034.58m
Low Tide 16:261.31m
High Tide 22:404.73m
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