Accommodation, Travel, Attractions, Activities etc in London
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London Water Sport Activities

Includes Sailing, Diving, Canoeing, Water Skiing, Windsurfing, Surfing, etc in London...

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This section includes all types of water sports and courses. Included are schools providing courses and equipment hire, yacht charter, dinghy hire, etc

London Canoeing

Regents Canoe and Kayak Club

Regents canal, 16-34 Graham Street, London N1
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The club runs beginner's courses and organises regular trips to white water rivers as well as the occasional trip to gentler flat water locations.

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London Diving

London Scuba

Raby's Barn, Newchapel Road, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6LE
Tel: 01342 837711    Fax: 01342 837722
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The school was set up in 1994 by Ian Pattison, a highly experienced and accomplished Master Instructor.

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London Sailing

Brightlingsea Sailing Club

Oyster Tank Road, Brightlingsea, Essex CO7 0BA
Tel: 01206 303275      Web:

You'll find all the information you need about this premier East Coast dinghy club.

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London Surfing

London Surf Club


Our aims are quite simple to put London Surfers in touch with each other and go surfing as often as possible, using a car-share philosophy.

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London Water Skiing

British Water Ski Online


Browse the site and if you have registered an online account, log on to gain access to further resources plus news, results and discussion on all divisions of the sport.

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London Windsurfing

London Windsurfing Association

Tel: 08454 10 33 11
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Beginners are very welcome  to take part in our LWA events.

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