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55th Anniversary  1964 - 2019

'WELCOME ABOARD'

Welcome to the Grove Ferry Boat Club Homepage

CONTACT US AT gfbc@groveferryboatclub.co.uk

This Site was last updated on 21-01-2019 .

NEWSREEL........2019 Sunday Teas.............Our Next Tea Duty is on 27th January 2019 ...Please check the website for any further updates.................

Grove Ferry Boat Club was founded in 1964. You will find the clubhouse, dating from the early seventies, on the south bank of the River Great Stour (the second largest in Kent). It lies just below the Grove Ferry Bridge some 8 miles east of Canterbury. The bridge replaced the old ferry in 1963.

We are an active boat club with various events, water activities, organized cruises in company, boat exercises etc. and with barbecues and other activities at Red House Marsh. (Our picnic facility some 4.5 miles downstream)

The Ferry Inn on the North Bank is also open on Sunday afternoons throughout the year between 2.30pm and 4.30pm. (Except bank holiday weekends & Club Events) and all are welcome for tea, coffee and the odd cake, along with a little social banter!

The club has some 30 moorings on the north Bank and we have developed storage & facilities for dinghies, canoes etc. in our compound, and we now have easy launching facilities with the slipway on the north bank.


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Click here for Ramsgate Harbour Cam.

SUNDAY OPEN AND CLOSED DATES FOR TEAS ON THE NORTH BANK 14.30 TO 16.30.


OPEN 27th Jan 2019 OPEN 3rd Feb 2019 OPEN 10th Feb 2019 OPEN 17th Feb 2019 AGM 24th Feb 2019 OPEN 3rd March 2019 OPEN 10th March 2019 OPEN 17th March 2019 OPEN 24th March 2019 CLOSED 31st March 2019 OPEN 7th April 2019 OPEN 14th April 2019
CLOSED 21st April 2019 OPEN 28th April 2019 CLOSED 5th May 2019 OPEN 12th May 2019 OPEN 19th May 2019 CLOSED 26th May 2019 OPEN 2nd June 2019 OPEN 9th June 2019 OPEN 16th June 2019 CLOSED 23rd June 2019 OPEN 30th June 2019 OPEN 7th July 2019


Table of Distances in Miles

DESTINATION MILEAGE FROM GROVE FERRY TIDE DIFFERENCE FROM DOVER
Click here for Dover Tides
INFORMATION
Fordwich Mill 5.1 Miles Plus 4 Hours 35 Mins Fixed Sluice
Stodmarsh 2.5 Miles Plus 3 Hours 45 Mins  
Grove Ferry 0.0 Miles Plus 3 Hours 15 Mins Bridge
Sarre Channel 3.2 Miles Plus 2 Hours 32 Mins (Not navigable)
Little Stour 3.3 Miles Plus 2 Hours 30 Mins River Junction*
Pluck's Gutter 3.4 Miles Plus 2 Hours 29 Mins Road Bridge
Red House Marsh 4.4 Miles Plus 2 Hours 16 Mins Club Picnic site
Minster Rail Bridge 6.8 Miles Plus 1 Hour 45 Mins  
Richborough Castle 8.7 Miles Plus 1 Hour 20 Mins Roman Fort
Sandwich Bridge 10.2 Miles Plus 1 Hour Swing Bridge
Stonar Cut 13.3 Miles Plus 28 mins (not navigable)
Pegwell Bay 14.2 Miles Plus 24 Mins Pepperness River mouth
Royal Harbour 17.0 Miles Plus 21 Mins Ramsgate




NAVIGATION WARNING. Navigation warnings will be listed here as and when received.

Notice 02 of 2019
Date: 11th January 2019
Sandwich Fairway Buoy is returned to station following out of season overhaul and fitting with new heavier ground tackle.
Position unchanged at 51 18.605 N 001 23.293 E
Signed: Robert Holden, Chairman of Commissioners.


Click here for Notice to Mariners.


Click here for 26th April 2018 map of the entrance to Sandwich.



EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY 2019 CAN BE FOUND ON THE EVENTS PAGE



Sandwich Bridge Contact Number for opening is now as follows
Tel No 01843 585624

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