Thames Map

Information about yacht clubs, rowing clubs, marinas, moorings and other facilities for leisure boaters on the tidal Thames.

Whatever part of the river you visit, it’s important to remember that the Thames should be respected.

If you go on the foreshore:

Guidance & Regulations

Paddling safety around barges

Navigating any type of small recreational vessel on the tidal Thames, or Thames Tideway as...

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Basic Principles of Navigation: Lower Tideway

Navigating any type of small recreational vessel on the tidal Thames, or Thames Tideway as...

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You, Your Canoe and the Marine Environment

Guidance on good practice for your canoe and the marine environment in England and...

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Port of London Thames Byelaws 2012

Help keep the River Thames safe for physical activity, passenger transport and commercial...

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Recreational Users Guide

Navigating any type of small recreational vessel on the tidal Thames, or Thames Tideway as...

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Thames Code for Personal Water Craft

Without proper training, using personal water craft on the Thames can be dangerous. The...

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