An unforgettable experience
P22 is still a working boat and offers tours on the river Stour as well as static tours where visitors can go below deck to truly understand the life of servicemen during those dark days.
P22 sails as often as possible, depending on high tide times and when pre-booked passengers have secured their places on board. Contact us to request prices or book.
The sailing tour takes two hours and embarks from Sandwich Quay towards Pegwell Bay, passing the historic World War I port of Richborough where thousands of servicemen had their last view of England before leaving for France.
This now tranquil nature reserve is home to a large colony of seals, and it is here the P22 stops so the visitors can enjoy the sight of these beautiful creatures, swimming, basking, fishing, and playing in the water.
On the return journey, the skipper often allows guests to helm the 80-foot patrol boat - an unforgettable experience.
P22 can be found in the heart of Sandwich, CT13 9EN on her own pontoon on the quay beside the historic Sandwich toll bridge Parking is readily available in the large car park alongside the quayside.
Static tours are often available, especially at weekends, and do not require pre-booking. Please check here (calendar coming soon) or Facebook for when she is available to visit.