Dover Sea Sports Centre - YOUR Leisure

Dover Sea Sports Centre

Creating Opportunities for Communities to Enjoy Life & Have Fun!

Welcome to the Dover Sea Sports Centre homepage, Dover Sea Sports Centre is a state of the art sea sports activity centre managed by Your Leisure.

Home to various clubs and water sports organisations the Sea Sports Centre offers a wide range of water sports activities including Sailing, windsurfing, rowing and sea swimming, plus an exciting sea safari around our historic

Dover Sea Sports Centre also plays host to the highly recommended Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant & Bar at Dover, providing fantastic views out across the harbour whilst you wine and dine.

Further information about our activities, clubs and the restaurant menu click our sponsors/partners logos below. You can also download information about clubs and the restaurant right here, just use the downloads section at the bottom of the page.

Its business as usual at the Sea Sports Centre during the Dover Western Docks Revival project - for access details please click here.

Dover Arts Development launches and installs the first of the nine trail plaques at the Pines Calyx at St Margarets Bay, Dover.

Your Leisure is delighted to announce that the Dover Sea Sports centre is part of the CHALKUP21 trail - an architectural coastal trail that links together nine outstanding examples of 21st-century architecture along the Strait of Dover. The 17-mile trail includes The Wing at Capel Le Ferne (2015), the Samphire Hoe Education centre (2014) and on the Dover Esplanade; Tonkin Liu’s Three Waves (2009), Elaine Tribley's Dover Totems (2017) and Alma Tischler Wood’s North Downs Way START/FINISH line (2010).

The CHALKUP21 structures are linked between Folkestone and Deal by two of the finest long-distance trails in England and Wales; North Downs Way and England Coast Path National Trail routes. These pass through the Kent Downs AONB (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty), the chalk grassland of the North Downs escarpment and heritage coastline to the beach to Deal.

The project hopes to inspire a range of creative responses through videos, photographs, drawings and poetry. So, whether you’re a creative person, an architect, or simply someone who likes a good long walk, CHALKUP21 aims to bring a newly developed awareness of the cultural spaces that surround us and form our communities. Be part of telling the story by using the #CHALKUP21 hashtag and share your images or responses to the Sea Sports centre by using the #CHALKUP21 hashtag. Visit to find out more or read Joanne O'Connor's article in The Guardian here.

For more information on the CHALKUP21 project, please visit: