Fish and Chip Cruise

Various dates: see list below

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Join us while we take a three hour evening cruise along the Medway with a with local and prominent speaker. Fish and Chips with a cash bar will be available onboard. 


This is a chance to discover the history, the wildlife and cultural importance of the Medway Estuary. In this informal but intimate setting gives you an opportunity to see the esturay in its glory and to ask questions and get a full insight to the speakers topic. But if you would just like to join us for the cruise then you are welcome to just enjoy the evening.

For more information on the boat please click here.


Departure   1800           Sun Pier

Return        2100           Sun Pier


The speakers on each cruise will vary but will include presentations from Birdlife, Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishermen and Institute of Fisheries Management. 






20th May 





27th May 2021        
3rd June 2021        
10th June 2021        
17th June 2021        
24th June 2021        

1st July 2021 





8th July 2021





15th July 2021





22nd July 2021





29th July 2021





5th August 2021        
12th August 2021        
26th August 2021        
2nd Sept 2021        
















We reserve the right to substitue the speaker in the event of illness or other unforeseen reasons.


Menu Options

Fish and Chips

Sausage and Chips 

Vegetable Spring roll and Chips 


Ticket prices

Adults £20, Child £13.40, Concessions £16.80

*a 25% donation will be added to each Ticket for the Living River Foundation to continue its important work connecting the river with the community. 



Minimum booking is for 2 persons and must be from no more than 2 households or social bubble.

Seating is allocated either around a table of 4 or seating for 2.

Click here for more information on our Social distancing measures.


The Living River Foundation is a local not for profit organisation set up to monitor and raise awareness to protect and improve the Thames and Medway rivers.

The estuaries and tidal rivers around our coast, harbour a diverse mix of forna and wildlife which is being threatened by the hand of humans. Whether it be from plastics, sewage or litter, the Living River Foundation is trying to raise awareness to the impacts that our way of life has on the environment and how we can change our ways to better our environment. 

Their pioneering work includes sampling and monitoring microplastics in the suspension, organising litter picks and by facilitating talks and workshops within the local community to engage and allow others understand the issues faced by their local environment. 

If you want to know have a look and maybe get involved.

To find out more please visit