Albany Motor Yacht Club
Check out the latest River Thames Conditions
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Planning a trip, or just interested in the latest state of the river?
Here are some resources to help you make the most of your boating
Note: confirm data from official sources before you cast off, the following is for information only.
River levels at Shepperton lock
Going tidal? Latest for Richmond half-tide lock and London Bridge
Port of London Authority
Boating on the Thames
Cover the river from downstream of Teddington Lock to the Estuary. It includes comprehensive Tide Tables and Navigational Information.
The Leisure site of the PLA. Under the cruising tab you can download the Recreational Users Guide, the Guide to London Bridges, PLA Byelaws, details of Richmond Lock and Tidal Weir and other useful information.
Links to Other Sites
River Thames & General
Thames Visitor Moorings
Shepperton Marina, home to many members of Albany Motor Yacht Club
Visitor Moorings & information; moorings, locks, bridges and faciliities essential for boating but also about more general aspects of being on the river.
The Association of Thames Yacht Clubs. This represents some 50 yacht clubs from Southend to Lechlade and lobbies on behalf of members with local authorities and government.
The Royal Yachting Association. This is the national body for all forms of boating and offers lobbying, training, technical support and advice as well as a discounted shop for members.
Richmond Yacht Club
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is the charity that saves lives at sea.
You can join it here or buy gifts from its online shop.
Please support it - you never know when you might need them.
Middle Thames Yacht Club
Founded in 1934, Richmond Yacht Club is one of the oldest motor cruising clubs on the tidal Thames and has been based on Eel Pie Island since 1962.
The Club enjoys a fantastic location on Sunbury Lock Island on the River Thames, which allows for some terrific cruises both up- and down- river, and further afield.