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Fronts Brents Jetty

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Front Brents Jetty
offers mooring facilities for boats near to the head of Faversham Creek. The moorings are minutes away from Faversham's historic town centre.

Faversham Creek is a drying creek running south off the Swale at Harty Ferry, some 6 miles west of Whitstable in the Thames Estuary.

Access to the creek is available approximately 1½ hours either side of high water.

Front Brents Jetty can accommodate craft up to 8 metres in length, either visiting for a few days or on a more permanent basis.

The moorings are on soft mud that is exposed at low tide; craft are moored alongside the wooden jetty, which has access ladders.

Fresh water and electricity are available from outlets conveniently placed on the jetty.

The jetty is secured by a self-locking gate, the security code for which is supplied when mooring fees are paid.
Please note that you are unable to return to the moorings without knowing the security code.


For full details please visit Faversham Moorings page.


51:20.7N,0:54.3E - entrance to the creek in the Swale


near head of Faversham Creek, west bank


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same as Sheerness
+0125 Dover




20 alongside jetty, drying

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Berthing fees

Visitor mooring fees can be paid at the Albion public house, next to the jetty, or at the Corner Shop, Church Road, Upper Brents - the store is 100 metres south from the jetty.
The Corner Shop is open from 6am to 6.30pm weekdays, 7am to 6.30pm Saturdays and 8am to 12noon Sundays.

Long-term berthing

If you require long-term moorings, contact the Faversham Town Clerk, details as above.