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Top 100 Sites
See also Community Boating and Boat Share and Timeshare Boating
Airedale Boat Club: Airedale Boat Club was founded in 1959
Allens (of Oldbury) Register: The Register that records the history behind a type of narrow boats branded under the name of Les Allen.
Ashtree Boat Club: Based near Rugley on the Trent & Mersey Canal
Association of Nene River Clubs: The Association of Nene River Clubs is an umbrella organisation for the boat clubs on the River Nene. It provides liaison between the clubs and other bodies such as the Environment Agency and the R.Y.A.
The Association of Waterways Cruising Clubs:
The Aylesbury Canal Society: Formed in 1971 to promote the use of the arm and to run the basin moorings, the Society has gained an enviable reputation for welcoming visitors.
Basingstoke Canal Boating Club:
Bedford Boat Club: A private club founded in 1950 with some 30 moorings located on the ‘River Great Ouse’ between Cardington lock and ‘Priory marina’. Membership is by application, interview and election.
Black Buoy Cruising Club: Based near Knowle on the Grand Union Canal
Black Prince Owners site: Providing owners of Black Prince boats with an insight into their history, design and with the hope of increasing information through owner contributions.
The Boater's Christian Fellowship: Inter-denominational Christian fellowship for waterway enthusiasts
The Boating Association: The association concentrates its efforts on making boating on rivers and canals safer and more pleasant for all its members
Bridgewater Motor Boat Club: Formed in November 1951, the club is the oldest on the Bridgewater and is probably one of the oldest in the country.
The Caraboat Club: Produced in the 1970s this craft was designed to be used as a caravan and boat.
The Coventry Canal Society: Includes an art trail along the canal.
The Cutweb Internet Boating Club: A virtual boating club, with no moorings, club house, etc., affiliated to the AWCC.
Dawncraft Owners Site: All boat owners are welcome here - not just Dawncraft owners - feel free to post any boating related question in the forum.
Electric Boat Association: Promotes the development in Electric Boating and serves the interests of industry and users.
Freeman Cruiser Fan Club: For all Freeman Cruiser owners or anyone interested in Freeman boats
Historic Narrow Boat Owners Club: Dedicated to encourage the preservation, restoration and use of working and ex- working narrow boats.
Longwood Boat Club: Situated on the Birmingham Canal Navigations at Longwood Junction, where the Rushall Canal meets the Daw End Branch of the Wyrley and Essington Canal
Lymm Cruising Club: Situated on the Bridgewater canal near the centre of the village of Lymm, in Cheshire.
The Mersey Motor Boat Club: Founded in 1932 it is one of the oldest cruising clubs in the country
Middle Nene Cruising Club: Based at Titchmarsh Mill on the River Nene.
Middle Thames Yacht Club: Founded in 1956, at Richmond upon Thames, moving to Sunbury on Thames in 1960. The objectives of the Club are to promote and encourage motor boating and yachting generally, on the non-tidal and tidal Thames.
Norbury Cruising Club:
North Cheshire Cruising Club: Based on the High Lane Arm of the Macclesfield Canal
Northampton Boat Club: Occupying an island site on the River Nene the club is home to some 75 boats.
Oundle Cruising Club: Oundle Cruising Club is a small, friendly club based in Oundle Marina midway between Peterborough and Northampton.
Ouse Valley River Club: The Club is located on the easten bank of the River Great Ouse. North of St Neots town bridge in Cambridgeshire.
The Peterborough Yacht Club: Based on the River Nene.
Piper Owners' Club: Originally known as the David Piper Owners' Club, was set up in 1982 for the owners' of boats built by David and now includes those built by his son Simon.
The Pirate Castle: Promoting activities and training for young people to develop life and social skills by working in partnership with other charities and authorities by providing narrowboats and canalside indoor facilities.
Rammey Marsh Cruising Club: Established in 1970 on the River Lee south of Waltham Abbey
Russell Newbery Register Ltd.: The Russell Newbery Register is a club for enthusiasts and owners of Russell Newbery (and derivative) engines and to promote a significant part of British industrial and canal heritage.
Sale Cruising Club: Cheshire cruising club with moorings on the Bridgewater Canal
Saul Junction Boat Owners Club: Located at Saul Junction, where the Stroudwater meets the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal.
The Seamaster Club: The Seamaster Club information for anyone interested in Seamaster sailers and motor cruisers
Soar Boating Club: Based at Normanton on Soar, Leicestershire
South Pennine Boat Club: Boat Club on the Calder & Hebble Navigation at Mirfield.
South Yorkshire Boat Club : South Yorkshire Boat Club is located at Heck Lane, Great Heck, Goole DN14 0BL
St Pancras Cruising Club: A very active club that regularly organises cruises in the London area.
Stourport Yacht Club: Boating on the River Severn
Strawberry Island Boat Club: Based near Doncaster on the Sheffield & South Yorkshire Navigation
West london Motor Criusing Club: Based at Alperton, on the Grand Union Canal Paddington Branch
Weyfarers Rowing Club: One of a handful of recreational and touring rowing clubs in the UK, formed for and by people who think rowing should be FUN
Wheelton Boat Club: Provides moorings and social events for its members. Membership is open to all with an interest in waterways.
The Wilderness Boat Owners Club: The club site for Wilderness Trail Boat Owners.
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