Bosun   Membership

The Isle Of Sheppey in north Kent is a unique place and has clubs available for almost all types of sailing & watersports. All clubs listed welcome new members.

Dinghy & Catamaran Sailing

Membership of the Isle Of Sheppey Sailing Club based at Sheerness is open to all.

You do not need to own a boat to join. Dinghy sailing is accessible to most people and costs a lot less to get into than you might think. It's also one of the few sports where all ages and both sexes can compete equally. Please scroll down for further information on fees & joining.

IOS Sailing Club Membership Info & Fees

Yachts, Keelboats, & Rowing

Takes place at Queenborough with some additional facilities near the Kingsferry Bridge. Please refer to the following websites for more information:

Queenborough Yacht Club - Yacht Club
Queenborough Harbour Trust - manages the harbour & moorings
IOS Sailability Trust - disabled Artemis keelboat at Queenborough
Queenborough Rowing Club - rowing
Kingsferry Boat Club - club with private moorings

Windsurfing, Kitesurfing & SUP

Minster Shingle bank is very popular with windsurfers & kitesurfers. All activities are organised on an ad hoc basis - ie. turn up and go out! Most days there will be several windsurfers out, blasting around at all times of the year. Minster Windsurf Academy teaches windsurfing and has some equipment for hire. Barton's Point Coastal Park also has some boats, boards & kayaks for hire on their small salt water lake.


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