Whitstable Maritime aims to maintain and strengthen the town's economy by building on its maritime traditions and crafts. Through the restoration of historic vessels, providing active learning opportunities for all, on and off shore, and by the application of new technologies, it will enable residents, visitors, schoolchildren and students to explore the town's connection with the sea, past, present and future.
Find out more about our aims and objectives as a Trust ...
Whitstable Maritime was established in 2014 and has come a long way in a very short time. This is down to the incredible team that volunteer their time and resources to make it happen.
Find out more abut our team structure and how you can get involved ...
The establishment of "Coastal Community Teams" has been encouraged by the DCLG to enable local communities to come together and develop a common vision and plans for their area.
Whitstable Maritime is the lead partner in the Whitstable Maritime Coastal Community Team. This is a partnership of statutory, private and voluntary bodies. Established in late 2015 the CCT is new but already has a network of around 60 people in the local community actively engaged.
Discover more about the CCT ...
The best way to get in touch is using the form on this page.
As we don't have a permanent home yet the Horsebridge Centre in Whistable have kindly agreed to accept our post and be our temporary home, so you can also reach us here. Please ensure post is marked For the attention of Whitstable Maritime.
We look forward to hearing from you.