The Stand-up Paddlers Safety Card offers advice on staying safe on the River Thames while paddleboarding.
All river users of man-powered vessels should navigate with extreme caution and consider whether it is safe for them to go afloat on the Ebb Tide.
Find water-based activities and choose from a variety of interests the the Royal Yachting Association’s activity finder.
British Rowing is the governing body for the sport of rowing and offers a rowing activity finder for rowers of all abilities.
Richmond Bridge Boathouses is a centre of traditional Thames boatbuilding, hire, sales, repairs and moorings.
Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre offers accredited training courses in sailing, powerboating, canoeing and windsurfing.
Go Paddling offers users the ability to find paddling trails, centres or clubs, disability provision, or track down course providers.
Cast off, get fit and discover stand up paddleboarding adventure on the doorstep with Back of Beyond Adventures
Active360 is dedicated to developing stand up paddleboarding and offers opportunities for the public to take part.
Moo Canoes offers guided canoe and kayak trips on London’s inland waterways from Limehouse Basin and Hackney Wick.