Tag Archives: Medway

Canoe sailing on the Medway

Someone took a camera aboard as they went canoe sailing on the Medway last weekend and here’s the result. My thanks to Paul Mullings for spotting this one. Now, bearing in mind that Deadman’s Island is where folks who died … Continue reading

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Stangate Creek. It makes you think about times past…

These days Stangate Creek on the south side of the Medway is a popular stop for cruising sailors and motorboaters – it’s sheltered, and visitors are surrounded by low-lying land and islands and saltings, and some impressive bird life. But this … Continue reading

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The Kentish Sail Association’s Swale Match 2013 – part 2

Posted in Barges and wherries, Events, Locations, Medway, Swale and the Kent coast, Racing sailing craft, Sailing boat, Sailing cruisers, Traditional carvel, Uncategorized, wooden boat, Working boats | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment