In line with the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, we’re delighted that from 12th April (Monday), the harbour will be fully reopen including for overnight stays. 🛌
Please remember that Covid-secure guidelines will remain in place for all customers and visitors including social distancing and the wearing of face coverings, including all trot boat passengers.
⚓️ From Monday, our trot boat service will be available during the week for a small fee, and will need to be pre-booked with the harbour team.
⚓️ From 16th April (Friday), our free trot boat service will be available every Friday – Sunday from 10:00- 21:30.
⚓️ From 1st May, we’re hoping to resume a daily, free trot boat service running from 10.00-21:30.
Drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any more information. We're looking forward to seeing you all! 🙋⛵️
"Queenborough is my haven" - Sir Robin Knox-Johnston
Queenborough Harbour is in an ideal location especially for maritime users as it provides a safe haven and ready access to a variety of destinations at all states of the tide. It is a jumping off point for London, Ramsgate, the Essex coast and the Continent. It is also the entree port to the River Medway and the Medway Towns.
A range of competitively priced all-tide and half-tide moorings including newly-installed pontoon moorings with immediate shore access via the recently refurbished All Tide Landing, are available. A free trot-boat service alongside a range of other harbour services are offered. With its unspoilt town, pubs and restaurants and much admired historical High Street, Queenborough is a destination in its own right and with the excellent transport links both rail and road it is also an ideal base to explore London and the Kent countryside.
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