Founded in 1905, Rochester Cruising Club in our opinion, is the premier motor cruising club on the river Medway. The Club benefits from its superb location on the Esplanade just below the walls of the ancient Norman Castle, and within a few minutes walk of Rochester Cathedral and the quaint Dickensian High Street.


In addition Rochester has a lively and entertaining calendar of local events, please click here  or on the menu for further details


We have approximately 100 pontoon berths serviced with electricity and water, most accessible at all states of the tide, as is our diesel fuel pontoon.


Our clubhouse incorporates a bar, dining and social area with dance floor. Changing rooms with showers are available on a 24 hour basis. Private parking space is provided within the grounds.


We provide an extensive social and cruising programme throughout the year including both coastal and inshore cruises, and up-river for those who prefer non-tidal cruising.


We pride ourselves in providing a warm and accommodating welcome to visiting boaters. Our reputation in this regard enables us to enjoy reciprocal hospitality when cruising the waters of other boating clubs.





















The Dutch are coming.(Again!)



During June 2017 over 200 or more boats from Holland and elsewhere are planning to visit the River Medway and take part in events organised by Medway City council to commemorate the Dutch invasion of the Medway in 1667. The 2 week long event will end in a Grand Finale with  a spectacular Video and Firework display depicting the Dutch fleet attacking the Royal Navy anchored off Upnor Castle.

 RCC will be taking part in the  sail past and plans are proposed to offer berthing and hospitality to any visitors who have pre booked berths at the club. Please contact us ASAP if wish to arrange a berth  normal club rate discount  will apply which includes power and water plus  use of our bar and galley.

The Dickens Festival has been moved to coincide with this event,so if you normally berth at the club during this period you want to ensure the mooring master knows well in advance your intentions.

Still early days but further info here.....

More news as it appears.

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