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Conyer Creek

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Admiralty 2572, SC5606

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Approach and Creek Dry Out

Tidal Data Times & Range

HW Dover + 0125 HW Sheerness 0000 tide time here is about the same as Sheerness and locals use Sheerness tide tables   (links)

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General Description

Conyer Creek lies fairly centrally within the Swale.... ... read more


Conyer Creek lies a few miles to the west of Harty Ferry if making your approach from the East. ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

The yachtsman or motorboater will find two drying marinas.... ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

Clubhouse not doing food - Aug 2022
Written by MD99 | 1st Sep 2022
Club house for drinks only Aug 2022 due to staff shortages.Ship pub OK prices wise, eg fish and chips £12.95 in comfortable surroundings. Walk to Teynham Co Op or pubs is 25min flat walking , along roadside mainly.There are footpaths marked on OS and you might want to try and use ; there are footpath signs but don't say where they go.

Bus service info from and bus route 344 is the Conyer to Teynham one. A return on the bus is £3.50 or all day on this small network is £4.50. You can use credit card no need for cash. Also the phone app you can buy tickets and see live route info using the app "myTrip by Passenger" , it has a yellow square with an arrow to the right as an app icon. The bus stop at Conyer was hidden by trees Aug 2022. Be aware to really make the drivers aware you are waiting at the Teynham end on the A2; they drove past one of our group without picking up. They then had to walk back to Conyer as next bus was 2 hours afterwards at this particular time.

I thought only one male shower and one toilet, also used for the bar, a bit poor for the size of this marina.
Don't be tempted to do any work at the side of your boat and stand on the mud directly - it is deep and people have had emergency services help to extract them. Use a big board to spread your weight to work from if needed.

If you need a bridge lift at Kingsferry I would call up and check their schedule, as can be lifts once and hour and only when the train has past, so you may be in a holding pattern or want to drop anchor to wait if you just miss a lift .
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Update May 2022
Written by Don Thomson 3 | 6th May 2022
I reviewed these notes in early May 2022. Much the same as last year
Written by Don Thomson 3 | 17th Mar 2021
I updated these notes in March 2021. Very little has changed since we last wrote. At the moment the Club house etc are closed and they hope to reopen to visitors as and when Covid regulations permit.
Written by Don Thomson | 29th Mar 2018
The price for visiting boats has gone up but that now includes electricity and VAT. We've included the comments re the Club (below) in the main text and updated the charts
Clubhouse update
Written by yabbadabbagoo | 16th Oct 2017
Club has recently benefitted from a new manager, prices appear to be very keen with real ale available. They now offer a new varied menu served Friday evenings and all day Saturday plus they have just introduced the Sunday roast menu served till 4pm Sunday. There is also a full breakfast menu served on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 9.30 am . Service is excellent food is all home cooked would highly recommend.
Update Spring 2016
Written by dononshytalk | 17th Mar 2016
These notes were reviewed by Don in March 2016. Very little has changed here, they opened the clubhouse last year and they have maintained prices at 2014 levels
Update April 2014
Written by dononshytalk | 11th Apr 2014
These notes were reviewed April 2014. The prices remain the same.
Update 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 19th Mar 2013
These notes were updated on the 19th March 2013. Navigation notes have been revamped and charges updated for 2013
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