Boating in London
Being on the water in London is a totally new
way of experiencing the city. Over the last decade opportunities to
make a splash in London have really increased with major investment
in the Docklands, groundbreaking preparations for the Olympics and
the restoration of many of the capital's most iconic reservoirs and
Now, it’s much easier to get involved in water
activities, whether you’re cable-skiing and ringo racing on a lake
at Chertsey, chartering a luxury motor yacht along the Thames or
kayaking in Surrey Docks Watersport Centre on a hot summer’s day.
London is a place of diversity and innovation so expect the
On The Water Guide to London
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Any plan to get on the water in London is likely to involve this
majestic river. Iconic landmarks line the way, from Hampton Court
to the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, the Tower of London and the
Thames Barrier. More...
Londoners need lots of drinking water, which is great news for
watersports enthusiasts as the city is served by 23 reservoirs.
London Docklands today bear little resemblance to the trade
depots and boatyards of the 19th and 20th
A complete range of watersports activities are just waiting for
you to try them out in south east London. More...
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