The following links will take you directly to some of my favourite River Thames related websites.

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Hobbs of Henley provides a variety of ways to enjoy the Royal River Thames from large passenger boats, self-drive and chauffeur-driven days out to its newest boat a luxury self-drive cruiser, the only one of its kind in the UK.

Marlow Town Regatta is a traditional rowing regatta best viewed from the "Regatta Enclosure" on the banks of the Thames in Higginson Park. The Regatta Enclosure provides direct access to the river and rowing.

The River & Rowing Museum holds 20,000 items covering the international sport of rowing, the history of Henley on Thames, the story of the River Thames and the children’s book Wind in the Willows, including objects, photographs, books, ephemera and archive material.

River Thames Society was formed in 1962 to conserve the river for future generations and represents all river users whether they be fishermen, walkers, boat owners or just interested in its very rich history, traditions, flora and fauna.

Thames Traditional Boat Society. The Society was founded in 1980 and it's aims are:-
Encouraging the use of traditional boats by organising rallies, cruises and social events.
Encouraging the restoration and maintenance of existing craft, and building new ones.
Providing spokesmen to represent the interests of traditional boat owners to relevant authorities.
Encouraging young people and newcomers to improve their standard of watermanship.
Maintaining historical records for the benefit of members and future generations.