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Medway Queen (Heroine of Dunkirk) a Platinum Jubilee programme

Over the extended holiday weekend of 2 to 5 June 2022 PS Medway Queen will be open every day with additional attractions to make a visit enjoyable and worthwhile.

Admission times and charges are not changed: 11am to 4pm with last admission 3pm, as the usual Saturdays. Ship tours will run as usual, starting at the Medway Queen Visitor Centre where some limited car parking is available. Medway Queen is moored at Gillingham Pier, Kent. ME7 1RX.

In addition to the guided tours there is a series of additional attractions, including a sale of maritime prints and photos at sensible prices, cream teas served on board and chances to see a historical presentation on the ship’s history.

Thursday 2 June
Ship open 11am to 4pm as usual for guided tours (tea or coffee served in the forward saloon at the conclusion of the tour).
Maritime print and photo display and sale in the forward saloon.

Friday 3 June
Ship open 11am to 4pm as usual for guided tours (tea or coffee is served in the forward saloon at the conclusion of the tour).
Maritime print and photo display and sale in the forward saloon.
Cream teas available on board in the afternoon (additional charge).
Pam and Mark Bathurst’s audio visual presentation on the ship’s history in the aft saloon: 2pm (additional charge).

Saturday 4 June
Ship open 11am to 4pm as usual for guided tours (tea or coffee served in the forward saloon at the conclusion of your tour).
Maritime print and photo display and sale in the forward saloon.
Cream teas available on board in the afternoon (additional charge).
Pam and Mark Bathurst’s audio visual presentation on the ship’s history in the aft saloon at 2pm (additional charge).

Sunday 5 June
Ship open 11am to 4pm as usual for guided tours (tea or coffee served in the forward saloon at the conclusion of the tour).
Maritime prints and photos display and sale in the forward saloon.
For any enquiries relating to Jubilee events please contact Pam Bathurst on 01843 227941

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