St. Mary’s Island, Chatham Maritime is located off the A289 approximately one mile north of Chatham town centre.
From the west: M25/A2: Leave the A2 at the A2/M2 junction, follow signs to Chatham Maritime via the A289 and the Medway tunnel. Leave the tunnel at the first exit and follow signs to St. Mary’s Island.
From the south: From the M2 junction 3, take the A229 and then the A230 and follow signs to Chatham town centre, then follow brown anchor signs to the Historic Dockyard and St. Mary’s Island. Go down Dock Road, over the main roundabout onto Maritime Way which leads onto the Island.
There are frequent train services from London Victoria to Chatham. Journey time is approximately 45 minutes. There are also direct services to London Bridge and Waterloo.
Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton are within easy reach via M2/M25. There is currently a private airport at Rochester and helicopter landing facilities are available within the Chatham Historic Dockyard.
The River Thames can be navigated from Basin No.1 via the River Medway. The marina is operated by Marina Developments Ltd (MDL).