Seaham Jet Ski Club is a new club formed in 2012 by two jet-ski enthusiasts, Colin Hardy & Gary Tonge. They continue to promote the club for any jet-ski users who's aim is not only to enjoy the sport but to help give jet-skis a good name with consideration to other users, the public and the safe use of these machines.
Hopefully the marina can assist in the development of the club through additional facilities that will take the sport forward and provide long lasting enjoyment.
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Seaham Boat Club was established in 2003 as part of the access agreements to use the slipway at the north dock. The club now enjoys the use of the recently refurbished slip for their main activity of pleasure fishing.
They have in the region of 20 boats within the club and hold a number of summer fishing competitions each year. Monthly meetings are held and members are invited to attend.
For further details please contact Steve Dent at firstname.lastname@example.org
East Durham Divers formed in 2010 through the amalgamation of Seaham Sub Aqua Club and Peterlee Sub Aqua Club. They have three RIBs used for diving, those can be launched form the marina slipway.
Their own headquarters are situated at Parkside old ambulance station in Seaham in which they have their own air filling facility.
Contact the Chairman, Peter Jones, at email@example.com Tel 01729 836 343 or
Secretary, John Robson, firstname.lastname@example.orgTel 0191 527 3127
Seaham Jet-ski Club
East Durham Divers
Seaham Harbour Boat Club
There are a number of organisations that use the marina facilities or parts of the site for their specific activity. Whether it be a passive recreation like photography or a sea activity like kayaking, boating or diving, there may be something here that appeals to you or your children and even grandchildren. Depending on the type of organisation most require that you become a member and age limits may apply.
Seaham Harbour Kayak Club
Seaham Harbour Marina
SHKC was set up by Colin Burn and Michael Johnson and has now been running since 2013. It is an affiliated club with British Canoeing and has members as young as 6 and as old as 66. The club's Latin moto is "Vincet Que Se Vincit" and translates into " He conquers who conquers himself" which accurately describes the ethos of the club to help people to get into kayaking to push themselves to achieve feats thought impossible.
The club meets weekly at the marina on a Tuesday evening at 5pm. Sessions include fun and games for the young ones and practicing serious skills like Eskimo rolling for the more experienced paddlers. The club also organises river trips and inland water trips for the summer and winter.
Why not come along and give it a try !