The QH Trust

Queenborough Harbour Trust

Queenborough Harbour Trust is a recently formed organisation responsible from 1st April 2012 for running Queenborough Harbour Mooring Services on the Isle of Sheppey. The Queenborough Harbour Trust is a not for profits organisation representing the interests of the local community and maritime users both resident and from further afield. Trust members are drawn from local boating and civic interest groups such as the Queenborough Yacht Club, Queenborough Rowing Club and the Queenborough Society.

Queenborough Harbour is the primary boating refuge on the Swale providing valuable mooring facilities for local yachtsmen, fishermen and visitors alike drawn by the exceptional natural beauty and wildlife of the area, its fascinating maritime history, and its strategic positioning as a safe haven between London and Ramsgate.

We at the Queenborough Harbour Trust recognise the natural advantages that Queenborough Harbour enjoys and are committed to developing the quality and range of services to match. We would be delighted to hear from you whether it be make enquiries to find out more about Queenborough Harbour Trust and the opportunities it offers, mooring your boat at Queenborough or helping us to further improve the service we offer.

Our Patrons

Queenborough Harbour Trust are very fortunate to have two well respected Patrons, each with strong links to boats and the sea. Sailing legend Sir Robin Knox-Johnston. The first person to sail single handed and non-stop around the world between 14th June 1968 and 22nd April 1969. Sir Robin was Knighted in 1995 and has uniquely been …

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