About Us

Fellowship Afloat’s centre is a unique place for adventure, relaxation and exploring the environment. 

Based on a converted lightvessel moored on the coast, it’s an ideal activity venue for youth clubs, schools, churches, special needs groups and those wishing to gain sailing and power boating qualifications. 

Guests are served by the centre staff and expert volunteers, who form the lively Christian community which is Fellowship Afloat.

Our Ethos Fellowship Afloat started out as a service to the churches to which most of the founding people belonged, providing a place of recreation and faith encouragement.
What We Offer Fellowship Afloat’s centre is a unique place for adventure, relaxation and exploring the environment.
Location We’re located in Tollesbury, Essex, England, on the north coast of the River Blackwater, south of Colchester and east of Maldon.
Our Centre Trinity provides a unique base for a holiday, course, retreat, or a day conference.
Our Team Fellowship Afloat’s centre is run by people who cover everything from leading the activities to running the office.
FACT History In 1965, the inspiration for what was to become Fellowship Afloat grew out of a summer camp for a Harlow church youth group.
SALT Youth Group Are you an 11-14 year old looking for some fellowship, faith development and a go at some exciting outdoor activities?!
News and Updates Stay up-to-date with all the latest news from FACT.
Safety and Accreditation Fellowship Afloat is committed to providing a safe environment for all its visitors and staff.
Lightwaves Newsletter Read our annual newsletter, Lightwaves, to look back at the main events of the past year and look forward to some of FACT’s future plans.
Resources School Resources Accommodation Plan Educational Resources Pack Group Member Booking Form Suggested Kit List Sample Week Programme School Powerpoint Programme Teachers Briefing Travel Directions Group Booking Resources Accommodation Plan Group…
Videos Watch our videos to get a taste of life at Fellowship Afloat.
Welcome Aboard Here are some responses from just a few people who have made it down to Woodrolfe Creek.