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Get a glimpse of London, as Kayaking London helps you kayak down the Thames. Kayaking London is made up of a modest team of professionals with over 25 years of experience in coaching attached to their names. As you paddle through the river, you can get splendid views of London's popular landmarks: Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Tower Bridge and HMS Belfast. They offer a great range of courses for people of all experience levels.
Just 16 kilometers (10 miles) outside the city center you'll find watery delights of all kinds: from canoeing, windsurfing and sailing to the more advanced power boating and raft racing. These activities lie in store for all age groups and abilities. For example, you can learn basic boat control and safe handling of a dinghy in a taster sailing session, or you can learn to be a proper sailor with just 12 hours training and practice at Level One. If you've never set foot on a windsurfing board, then try the simulator before heading for the water. Courses are Royal Yachting Association (RYA) or British Canoe Union (BCU) approved. Inquire about the full range of instruction and special features like the sailing holidays. Call +44 844 893 3888 for details.
Learn to sail on the waters or paddle your canoe at the Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre. Located to the west of the Millwall Outer Dock, this facility offers courses in kayaking, windsurfing, canoeing, sailing and powerboating. This center, recognized by the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) and British Canoe Union, has some of the best professionals in the field of water sports educating you. Choose from their range of activities for adults, youth and children. They also provide rooms for private events; so, why not merge a session of sailing to your party!
Established in 1860, the Thames Rowing Club is one of the prestigious rowing clubs in the city. Open to all skill levels, this friendly club is a great place to home your rowing skills and better your game. The club has a state-of-the-art gym as well as equipments for those training to be rowers. Members and athletes can lounge at their cozy bar over some drinks.
The London Regatta Centre is owned by Royal Albert Dock Trust and is located in the Docklands neighborhood of London. The center is known for conducting water sports like dragon boat racing and rowing. Home to a number of boat clubs, the center was designed by the very famous Ian Ritchie Architects. The center is used for charitable purposes such as giving free lessons to the underprivileged. These charitable causes are undertaken by the owner of the Regatta Centre. Call ahead for more details.