Boat trips Whitstable harbour
Voted Best Trip: Maunsell Sea forts on Tripadvisor.
Boat trips visiting the Maunsell ( Whitstable) sea forts on the red sands. This is our most popular trip and takes approximately an hour. We will stop and get some great photos whilst we have a chat. This boat trip will also take in the kentish flats wind farms in the Thames estuary. If we are lucky, we will maybe see some seals from our nearby seal colony.
Whitstable boat tours & trips Voted Best Family Boat Trip: Seal Safari.
A popular family boat trip is to see the Seals between Faversham and Isle Sheppy on horse sands. This boat trip is often smoother for boaters scared of rough conditions due to the seals basking in a flat water estuary. It might be choppy leaving Whitstable harbour. Then it will become very flat water as we travel up the coast between the thin strip of water just off Faversham.
Whitstable Boat trips Photography at the Maunsell sea Forts Thames Estuary.
Here at Whitstable boat tours, we also make specialist boat trips; for example, the world war 2 maunsell forts, (pirate radio stations) are very popular with photographers. England is often a little grey and rainy, equating to some great photos. In summary, the more overcast and moody the weather, the better those photos look. So you are lucky we live in the United Kingdom as it is often moody and atmospheric. Scott Amling from the USA and Philip Berner from Australia recently visited us. Both photographers said the forts were awesome. You can read about Scott’s trip in his blog
The boat costs for a60 minutes is £400 for up to 12 people.
Whitstable boat tours Scattering ashes
Laying your loved one’s ashes in the sea is a special time, so we will do our best to make this memorable. We can slip our mooring and take up to twelve people off the coast of Whitstable for you to scatter the ashes of your loved ones. Upon return, we can give you the exact coordinates where your beloved had their final resting place so you can return and visit that place again in years to come.
Please get in touch, and we can talk it all through. The cost for an hour is £400, and we can take up to 12 people.
Boarding the boat on a Specialist Boat Trip
Boarding the boat on a Specialist Boat Trip
We want you to be safe at all times when on the boat but equally when boarding. Before you walk to the boat, you will don a life jacket and maybe a waterproof poncho if needed. The pontoon is wide and stable, so you will always feel safe getting on and off the boat. After a short safety briefing on the pontoon, we will be ready to depart. We will have the skipper and crew on hand to help you if you feel unsteady. Please email us if you have a question or check out the FAQ.
Customize your Specialist Boat Trips
We are pretty flexible (tide and waves permitting) and can do most things, so why not email us to discuss bookings? Maybe it is a special birthday or anniversary, or you want a special day with friends on an exceptional vessel. Maybe rent the rib for a photography cruise for a special person. You can hire our boat for £400 and two hours is £650 where we can see the maunsell (whitstable) sea forts, these towers sit on the red sands at the cutting edge technology from 1942 to modern kentish flats wind farm and the Herne bay pier. We will stop and chat about the history of the wind farm, pier, and the Maunsell sea forts on the red sands. ( old pirate radio stations)
Book an exciting weekends trip
Why not place a booking, where a seat is priced from £35 for a child on our new rib or email me and book the whole boat for an hour to two? where you might have an alternative date Of course, we will make it an extraordinary trip with our fantastic team. email@example.com.
More dates are added all the time, occasionally it is possible to join on the day, drop in and see us at the hut when boat trips are running.
Other things to do whilst Visiting Whitstable
If you’re planning a visit to Kent, UK, be sure to include Whitstable on your itinerary. There’s a lot to enjoy in this town, including historic Whitstable Castle. You can dive into the area’s past and learn something new. Don’t forget to sample the delicious Whitstable oysters, which have been gathered from the town’s oyster beds for many years. On Harbour Street, be sure to explore the many independent shops, galleries, and cafes. Finally, make sure to take some time to marvel at the charming and colorfully-painted beach huts that line the coast. There is something in Whitstable to interest everyone.
Come explore the seaside delights of Whitstable with your bucket and spade! There are various accommodation options available such as cozy B&Bs, boutique hotels, and traditional pubs with rooms. Whitstable has great transport links, so it’s a perfect day trip or staycation destination just a short train ride away from London. Experience all that Whitstable has to offer and you won’t regret it!
Remember to bring your camera to capture the breathtaking views of Whitstable’s harbor and coastline. Admire the charming beach huts and stunning seafront walks. Whitstable has earned the title ‘jewel on the Kent coast’ due to these attributes. Start planning your trip to Whitstable now!