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Medway Branch



Based in the River Medway approximately two hours sailing from the Thames estuary the Branch facilities are located within the Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust which include dinghy/tender storage and launching facilities. The Branch is a cruising organisation with members who are actively involved in sailing.

Medway Branch News & Notices

24 August 2010General

"White Ship Red Crosses " by Nicci Pugh - Talk and Book Signing

Medway

28 October 6.30pm for 7.00pm Commissioner's House The Historic Dockyard Chatham There will be an illustrated talk and book signing by the author of the book "White Ship Red Crosses, .....

09 April 2010General

Our new site

Medway

within the Chatham Historic Dockyard We have now established ourselves in the new site within the Chatham Historic Dockyard. We hope, with help from our members, we will be continuing .....

24 January 2008General

New Boat Hoist for Medway Branch

Medway

The Medway members celebrated the arrival of their own boat hoist in July. Following weight testing and proving trials several yachts are now ashore at the Upnor Hard Base. A 40ft .....

Medway Branch Committee

Committee

Position Name Tel Mobile Email
Branch Captain Sally Mace macesps@icloud.com
Treasurer Lawrence McVeigh 01634 406636 lawrence.mcveigh@btopenworld.com
Secretary Peter Robinson
Membership Secretary Paul Mace macesps@icloud.com
Foreshore & Moorings Manager Bruce Robinson bruce@cambridgehouse4.plus.com
Social Secretary Sally Mace macesps@icloud.com
Cruising Secretary David Holley davidholley1@btinternet.com

About Medway Branch

About

Medway Branch

Based in the River Medway approximately two hours sailing from the Thames estuary our facilities are located within the Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust where we have dinghy/tender storage and launching facilities.

We have approximately 40 members, 25 of whom are actively involved in sailing.

Moorings and Launch facilities

The Branch owns 28 deep water, swinging moorings some of which can be made available to visitors. We use two access points from within the Dockyard to these moorings, one of which is useable 1 hour either side of high water and the second which gives full access at all states of tide.