Sailing on the River Thames

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Hampton Sailing Club above Molesey Lock
Enterprises and Lasers racing on the Tideway

Sailing on the River Thames is practised on both the tidal and non-tidal reaches of the river. The highest club upstream is at Oxford. The most popular sailing craft used on the Thames are lasers, GP14s, Wayfarers and Enterprises. One sailing boat unique to the Thames is the Thames Rater, which is sailed around Raven's Ait.

Clubs in the Lower Thames (Thames Estuary) include:

Clubs in and near the London section of the Thames include:

Clubs on the non-tidal Thames include:

See also: