Find out what is happening in Cymru Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland
Home of the Celtic Welsh language and famous for its rugged coastline. The ideal place for any boating enthusiast.
Beautiful scenery, stunning coastlines and lakelands. Northern Ireland is the ideal place for any adventurer.
The team supports all forms of boating activity in Scotland so whatever your passion afloat is we are here for you.
A haven for boating with opportunities for getting afloat ranging from inland Grafham Water and the navigable lakes and rivers of The Broads to East Coast clubs, tidal estuaries and creeks.
Lots of opportunities to get afloat in the city and beyond in this region with boating on the River Thames and London Docklands plus varied reservoir, lake and coastal venues.
Fantastic boating on lakes, reservoirs and canals in this mostly land-locked region makes it more than a match for its coastal counterparts when it comes to getting on the water.
This region spans counties from South Yorkshire to Northumberland and encompasses inclusive boating for all across a stunning range of rural, industrial and coastal landscapes.
From urban clubs offering an oasis from city life to the picturesque Lake District and Isle of Man, this region has every kind of inland and coastal boating from dinghy to yacht sailing.
One of the most vibrant places in the UK for boating, this region claims countless world-class sailing clubs plus Cowes Week, the world’s oldest and largest annual sailing regatta!
Busy inland clubs and a coastline ranging from ‘riviera resorts’ to the tidal Bristol Channel, this region also includes Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy, home of the British Sailing Team.