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  • Aberdeen Kayak Club
    Aberdeen Kayak Club, founded in 1976, is one of the focal points for the development of Canoe-sport in the North East of Scotland. It is primarily involved in recreational river paddling, on both quiet backwaters and the foaming rapids, and with the competitive discipline of Slalom. Summer trips include the opportunity to develop skills in the surf at local North East beaches as the rivers drop to low summer levels. Summer also gives us an opportunity to explore the sea, coves and caves south of Stonehaven with a chance to see close up views of many varieties of birds and sometimes seals. Winter trips target the more experienced paddler and include visits to the more technical sections of local waters. Should you wish to try something different there is always the benefit of helpful advice and tips from the senior and experienced club paddlers. Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
    http://aberdeenkayakclub.org.uk/
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  • Aboyne Canoe Club
    Aboyne Canoe Club have a year round programme with a mixture of pool sessions, polo, flatwater trips as well as river trips. New members are warmly welcomed. Aboyne, Scotland, UK
    http://www.aboynecanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Ancrum Canoe Club
    Ancrum Canoe club has been running for approximately 20 years.We have a broad range of ability levels in the club from beginner to advanced. Most of our paddling is in and around the Tayside area. Some of the club members have paddled all over the world including Turkey, France, America, Chile, Scotland, Italy take a look at our online gallery and have a look at some of these other locations. Most of our paddling is done on whitewater but a few of the members also take part in sea kayaking and Canadian canoeing. Regardless of what paddling we do the main emphasis is on having fun. Dundee, Scotland, UK
    http://ancrumcanoeclub.ddns.net/
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  • Angus Canoe Club
    The club have been actively paddling as a club since January 2003. Constituted as a club in October 2002, we maintain a healthy membership despite the vagaries of the Scottish weather, and both junior and adult members take part in many varied activities. One of the principle aims of the club is to introduce members, young and old, to the many different forms of paddlesport. In the main, we undertake white water kayaking and canoeing. Forfar, Angus, Scotland, UK
    http://www.anguscanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Breadalbane Canoe Club
    Breadalbane Canoe Club is an active and inclusive club promoting both competitive and recreational paddling. We encourage participation at all levels and work to protect, improve and promote responsible paddle sports. Breadalbane Canoe Club is the largest by membership in Scotland and the second largest in the UK. Aberfeldy, Scotland, UK
    http://www.breadalbanecanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Carrick Canoe Club
    Formerly Girvan Canoe Club. Carrick Canoe Club prides itself on being an informal, friendly club. We extend a warm welcome to prospective new members. This is purely a recreational club, with the main emphasis being on white water paddling. However we also have enthusiastic sea and placid water paddlers in our ranks. Newcomers to the sport will be guided by more experienced club paddlers in the pool and on excursions. Maybole, South Ayrshire, Scotland, UK
    https://girvancanoeclub.wordpress.com/
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  • Castle Craigs Canoe Club
    Welcome to Castle Craigs Canoe Club, North Ayrshire's longest running sea kayaking club. The club has been running for over 30 years, bringing people of all ages and abilities into sea kayaking. The club organised activities in the winter season (Sept-May) primarily takes place at Auchenharvie Swimming Pool in Stevenston. While in the summer season (May-Sept), the club operates out of Largs Sailing Club, at Largs Yacht Haven. During the winter the pool sessions are used to improve kayaking skills, and put novices through basic skills training prior to going on the sea, while in the summer further sea kayaking skills are pursued with much longer trips being organised. Largs, Ayrshire, Scotland, UK
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  • Clackmannanshire Canoe Club
    Clackmannanshire Canoe Club is an active, friendly, family orientated club involved in canoeing, white water and sea kayaking. We are affiliated to the Scottish Canoe Association and have qualified coaches who run weekly club sessions at Gartmorn Dam and the River Devon. We also run club trips to locations all over Scotland, catering for the full range of ages and skill level that we have in the club. Clackmannanshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.clackscanoeclub.org/
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  • Crail Rowing Club
    Welcome to Crail Rowing Club based in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland. We usually meet at the boat on Crail Harbour, and launch from either the harbour slipway or the nearby beach. Crail Rowing Club welcomes adults, teenagers, children, families, to row, or as social members. Get in touch whether you want to row, cox, help build and maintain the boat, enjoy the atmosphere with club members and supporters, or just watch our winning performances! Crail, East Neuk of Fife, Scotland, UK
    https://crailrowingclub.weebly.com/
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  • Cults Canoe Club
    Cults Canoe Club is an active, friendly club open to all! Predominantly freshwater based, we also run winter pool sessions at Cults Academy and summer evening sessions at Knockburn Loch as well as regular trips to the surf and annual themed paddles at Christmas & Halloween. All of our sessions are run by qualified coaches and guides and we can offer training and assessment for National Standard qualifications. Our regular trips offer a variety of Canoe and Kayak trips for all abilities across the area and further afield from short half day sessions coaching on the Dee through weekend camping descents of the Tay or Spey right up to occasional 2 week forays abroad. Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
    http://cultscanoeclub.org/
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  • Deveron Paddlers
    For "paddlers", kayakers and canoeists in the Banff area of Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Deveron Canoe Club was formed in 2007 by paddlers in the Banff area. We are a new club, and our members are interested in sea kayaking, kayak surfing, and river paddling in both kayaks and open canoes. Our membership covers a wide range of ages and abilities, and we have a fleet of club kayaks and canoes, to help get you started. Banff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.deveronpaddlers.org/
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  • Dragon Boats On Loch Ken
    Dragon Boats on Loch Ken is a Scottish charity established in 2010 by local people to raise funds for, and to set up the first ever permanent Dragon Boat Racing team in Scotland. Based at the Galloway Activity Centre on Loch Ken in Dumfries and Galloway, the Charity currently has two Dragon Boats each of which can accommodate up to 22 paddlers. The charity aims both to support local people recovering from cancer and to offer an alternative sporting activity to anyone who would like to take up Dragon Boating as a way to keep fit and enjoy a new interest. We are always keen to welcome new members and there is no upper age limit. As paddling is a gentle, low impact sport, where the participant can stop and start as they are able, it is suitable for any level of physical fitness. Loch Ken, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, UK
    http://www.dragonboatsonlochken.co.uk/
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  • Drumchapel & Clydebank Kayak Club
    We are Glasgow's leading recreational kayak club with over 100 members who enjoy sea kayaking, canoeing and river kayaking. Based near Glasgow the club caters for canoeing and kayaking and has a range of sea kayaks, river / play boats, pool boats and canoes suitable for adults and children. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in canoeing and kayaking. During the summer months you can find us in the wonderful setting of Loch Lomond. During the winter months we enjoy the warmth and comfort of the pool in Clydebank's new leisure centre. Junior and novice sessions run from 7pm until 8pm and adult sessions from 8pm until 9pm. There are always a number of coaches to help as well as plenty of opportunities for trainee coaches to practice their coaching skills. The club caters for all abilities. Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland, UK
    http://dckc.co.uk/
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  • Dunbar Coastal Rowing Club
    Dunbar Coastal Rowing Club was established in 2010, to offer traditional rowing skills to the Dunbar and surrounding communities. It is a not-for-profit, community based organisation affiliated to the Scottish Coastal Rowing Association. The aims of the Scottish Coastal Rowing Association are to reintroduce and promote coastal rowing, traditional boat building skills and skiff racing around the Scottish coastline and inland lochs. The club currently has two St Ayles skiffs, The Volunteer and Black Agnes, which were built by club members. Both these boats are used for regular rowing sessions, throughout the year from the Victoria Harbour in Dunbar. Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland, UK
    http://www.dunbarcoastalrowing.org.uk/
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  • Eastwood and East Kilbride Canoe Club
    EEKCC is a very friendly club and we have a big range of ages and abilities. Our members paddle kayaks, canoes and sea kayaks. We paddle on local rivers and lochs as well as on the sea. We often have weekends away to get to more remote spots. Whether you are a complete beginner who has never paddled before or you are an old hand, we'd love to meet you. Apart from just paddling for fun, we also have an active team of coaches who run regular coaching sessions, courses and assessments. We don't just do stuff on the water as there is a social side to club life too BBQs, trips to the climbing wall and mountain bike trips are just some of the other things we've been up to. Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK
    http://eekcc.scot/
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  • Edinburgh Kayak Club
    Edinburgh Kayak Club is a dynamic group of white water river paddlers based in and around the capital. It has an active and growing membership that enjoys simply getting out and about on Scotland's rivers, lochs, beaches, pubs and tea rooms. Our aim is to introduce and promote the sport and recreation of kayaking to people of all levels within a relaxed, friendly, and sociable atmosphere. Club members can be found on the river most weekends - the club regularly organises trips to a variety of places to suit the wide range of abilities represented amongst its members. The club was founded as, and still predominantly is, a white water club. The majority of our trips are run on rivers, from gentle grade II upwards. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
    https://www.edinburghkayak.com/
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  • Fife Canoeing Activities Group
    Fife Canoeing Activities Group (FCAG) is an active, friendly club and is open to anyone who wishes to participate in paddle sport. We have around 80 members with a wide range of abilities. The club has interests in placid water kayaking, sea kayaking, canoe polo, open boating and white-water kayaking. We have a good skill-training program, encouraging all to participate in the BCU star tests and BCU coaching scheme. The club runs regular coached sea and river trips, evening pool sessions during the winter, and loch sessions in the summer on Tuesday evenings. FCAG hold various social events throughout the year for members, family and friends. Fife, Scotland, UK
    http://www.fcag.co.uk/
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  • Forth Canoe Club
    Kayak and Canadian Canoeing in Edinburgh. Forth Canoe Club is a volunteer run club for canoeing in Edinburgh. We are Scotland's oldest existing canoe club and are based on the Union Canal in the city centre. Our club includes everyone from world champion athletes to recreational day trippers, paddling kayak and Canadian canoes of all styles. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
    http://forthcanoeclub.com/
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  • Glasgow Kayak Club
    We are a club of Kayakers from around the Glasgow area, who range in experience from 'first time in a boat' to accomplished sea paddlers and river runners, with a smattering of instructors. We have a thriving youth flat water racing group and a canoe polo section. During the warmer months we meet at the Pinkston Water Sports Centre, and during autumn and spring school term time we meet in North Wooodside swimming pool. The junior Sprint and Marathon group paddles on the Forth and Clyde canal at Firhill Basin in Glasgow, and during the colder months trains regularly in a local hall and swimming pool. Club trips are arranged from time to time as demand merits and are led by suitably qualified instructors or by experienced club members. Glasgow, Scotland, UK
    https://glasgowkayakclub.com/
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  • Helensburgh Canoe Club
    The Club was formed in 2006 when a group of keen kayakers got together. It has grown rapidly and now has some 61 members of varying skill levels, from novice to expert, including a large number of qualified coaches. Thanks to lottery grants the Club has a fleet of boats (river, sea and fusion kayaks and open canoes) and associated equipment for use of all members. A key feature are the Basic Skills training programs. Adult courses are normally held in Autumn (Oct-Dec) and sometimes in Winter (Jan-March). The Young Persons course runs from Easter to July. The sea kayakers have trips at least once a month and weekend expeditions involving camping on some of the most beautiful islands in west of Scotland. Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, UK
    http://www.helensburghcc.org.uk/
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  • Integrate Paddling
    Integrate Paddling is a young, lively kayak club that offers sea kayaking and river racing opportunities and equipment to anyone interested and of any ability. The Club is based in Aberdeenshire and has a growing selection of sea kayaks (single Capellas and Calypso doubles), and racing kayaks (Lightnings and K1/K2′s). These are available for hire by club members only. We meet regularly from April to October on Thursday evenings for evening paddles around the North East Coast. We also have a racing section as part of the club which could provide help, advice, mentoring and support may be forthcoming on an individual basis for anyone anyone interested in racing. Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
    http://integratepaddling.org.uk/
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  • Inverness Canoe Club
    Were a group of recreational paddlers based in the Scottish Highlands who enjoy all forms of canoeing and kayaking. Our members can be found on (and in) the waters around Inverness most weekends of the year. We are active in most forms of paddlesport whitewater, sea touring, open boat paddling and surf. We aim to cater for paddlers of all abilities by promoting the sport of canoeing within a safe and friendly environment. Whether you want to start kayaking, improve your skills or just want to enjoy your paddling then ICC has something to offer. Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, UK
    http://www.invernesscc.org.uk/
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  • Isle of Mull Coastal Rowing
    Isle of Mull Coastal Rowing is part of Mulls long established Western Isles Yacht Club. We have two skiffs, Eala Bhan (White Swan) and Sine Bhan (Fair Jean), available to members of the club and more broadly to encourage members of the community to take up recreational and competitive rowing. All club members are free to use the skiffs at any time, though clearly it is important that the person in charge the cox is sufficiently experienced. A full team is four rowers and a cox. Mull is a fantastic place to row. Depending on the wind strength and direction there is almost always somewhere sufficiently sheltered. Much of our rowing is in Tobermory Bay, and one of the boats spends a lot of its time at Croig and Calgary. Tobermory, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, UK
    http://www.wiyc.org.uk/
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  • Kirkcaldy Canoe Club Sprint and Marathon
    Kirkcaldy Canoe Club was formed on the 7th November 1978 to promote sprint and marathon paddling amongst junior paddlers. The club has grown and developed to a regular annual membership of 90 people, with approximately 70% junior paddlers, and the clubs' aim of increasing junior paddler participation is still at the forefront. The club also organise events throughout the year, with several marathons and two sprint regattas at Kinghorn Loch. Kirkcaldy Canoe Club has come a long way since its inception in 1978, and now has a vast variety of boats, K1s, K2s, and K4s. Regular training sessions on the water as well as on dry land and indoors take place throughout the year. Many paddlers throughout the clubs history have been selected to paddle for Scotland and Great Britain at events nationally and internationally. Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland, UK
    http://www.kirkcaldycanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Kyles Coastal Rowing Club
    At Kyles Coastal Rowing Club we row St Ayles Skiffs in the beautiful Kyles of Bute, Tighnabruaich. New members are very welcome. Rowing is great fun and a fantastic way to get fit. Come along and see if you enjoy it as much as we do. Tighnabruaich, Argyll, Scotland, UK
    http://www.kylesrowing.org.uk/
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  • Linlithgow Kayak Racing
    We are a friendly flatwater kayak racing club where kayaking is safe and fun. We are essentially a flat water racing club with our activities/training/sessions being geared towards racing, enabling members to compete in local, Scottish and National sprint and marathon events. We also try to build fun nights into the structure of the club and organise club events and weekend trips. The club welcomes new adult and junior members to this exciting and rewarding sport. As long as you have the enthusiasm to learn sprint kayaking skills, train to develop your performance and willing to meet new friends then this club is for you. Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, UK
    https://linlithgowkayakracing.org.uk/
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  • Lomond Kayak Club
    Lomond Kayak Club is a club based at the Meadows Centre in Dumbarton, West Dunbartobshire. Loch Lomond is our "home" patch. We are a friendly group and we always welcome new members. We have a wide range of experience within the club from complete beginners taking their first steps into the exciting world of paddlesports to very experienced paddlers who like nothing better than testing their skill in the variety of challenging waters that Scotland has to offer. Luss, Argyll & Bute, Scotland, UK
    https://lomondkayakclub.wordpress.com/
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  • Lothian Sea Kayak Club
    The Lothian Sea Kayak Club is a contact point for sea kayakers in and around Edinburgh and the Lothians. We also have and welcome members from the Borders, Fife, Strathclyde and beyond. We have around 200 members and are very active throughout the year. Activities include regular evening midweek paddles in summer, weekend trips to the west coast and other great paddling locations, and in winter we have slide shows and pool sessions. There are occasional hostel-based weekends away, other social events. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
    http://www.lskc.org/
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  • Mallaig and District Canoe Club
    Started in 1995 by a small group of budding paddlers in the Mallaig area, the club has now grown to around 60 members. Although still centred on the west coast fishing village of Mallaig, we have members in Fort William , Inverness and other far-flung corners of the Highlands (and the world!). Our activities centre on various aspects of paddlesport and include sea kayaking, winter pool sessions, coaching (especially local youngsters), open boating and white water. We hold social and fund raising events during the year that aim to be fun and bring the joys of paddling to a wider audience. Mallaig, Highlands of Scotland, UK
    http://www.mallaigcanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Monklands Canoe Club
    Enjoying both Canoeing and Kayaking in Central Scotland. We are a white water kayak and canoe club based between Glasgow and Coatbridge, but we also run regular trips across Scotland. The club aims to promote and develop people in the sport of white water kayaking and canoeing. We have a range of facilities that will help you progress in the sport and have a large number of qualified coaches that can take you from a beginner to running some of the best rapids in the country. Have a look around our site and see what we have to offer. Glasgow, Scotland, UK
    http://monklandscanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Nairn Kayak Club
    Based on the shores of the beautiful Moray Firth and 15 minutes from the River Findhorn, Nairn Kayak Club is ideally situated close to some of the finest paddling locations in the United Kingdom. Founded in 2011, Nairn Kayak club has enjoyed an unprecedented level of success and now has around 60 members participating in a variety of disciplines including: River, Sea and racing. The club has been particularly successful in racing, winning trophies in its first year. Thanks to the enthusiasm and dedication of its members, Nairn Kayak Club is able to offer frequent trips and opportunities for all abilities of paddlers across the year. We actively encourage beginners to try kayaking and have a group of qualified coaches happy to assist. Nairn, Nairnshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.nairnkayakclub.org/
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  • Newburgh Rowing Club
    'Glide' is a St Ayles Skiff boat recently built largely by the town's young people. The youngsters built the boat so that the club could take part in Scottish Coastal Rowing Association regattas all over the country. Newburgh Rowing Club is based on the River Tay, Newburgh, Fife, Scotland, UK
    http://www.newburghrowingclub.co.uk/
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  • North Berwick Kayak Club
    NBKC was founded in 1999 with the aim of promoting paddling in North Berwick and the surrounding area. We enjoy whitewater kayaking, canoeing and sea kayaking. We run pool sessions and river trips in the winter but in the summer we use the local lagoon, run river trips and sea kayaking days. We are a friendly, sociable club running BBQs in the summer. The club is very fortunate to have a fleet of river and sea kayaks and canoes, so you don't need to buy your own boat to join in the fun. North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, UK
    http://www.nbkayak.org/
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  • North Berwick Rowing Club
    We are a rowing club involved in recreational and competitive rowing. We are a member of the Scottish Coastal Rowing Association which has grown rapidly since 2010 with many clubs around Scotland. Most of our rowing is done in the St Ayles Skiff which is a seaworthy, clinker built (using modern construction methods), fixed seat rowing boat, for four rowers and a cox. We have three of these which were built, and are maintained by, members of the club (we are always looking for people to help maintain the boats if woodwork is more your thing than rowing!). The club offers regular training sessions, for those interested in competitive rowing, as well as social/recreational rowing for those who would prefer a gentler time on the water. North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, UK
    http://www.nbrowingclub.com/
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  • North Skye Kayak Club
    As the name suggests, we are a kayak club based in the north of the Isle of Skye and our main interest is sea kayaking. The club started in January 2010 and we are affiliated to the SCA. Members are kept informed about current trips etc by email and this website and we have a fantastic selection of areas to paddle. Anyone over 18 who is interested in joining will be warmly welcomed. The club has a selection of equipment, kayaks, paddles, buoyancy aids, spray decks and cags that are available for beginners to enable them to get started. Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, Scotland, UK
    http://www.northskyekayakclub.co.uk/
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  • Oban Canoe Club
    Based in Oban with members all over Argyll, the Club is open to all whether you are a white water canoeist, sea kayaker or open boat enthusiast. From May to September, we run regular Club nights Tuesdays for river running and usually Wednesdays or Thursdays for sea trips. There are also day trips at the weekends covering different parts of the Argyll coast including Port Appin, Oban, Kerrera, Easdale and Cuan Sound. We're quite a sociable bunch too there are social events throughout the year including slideshows/talks, curry nights and barbecues. Oban Canoe Club has a selection of touring and river boats, paddles, spraydecks and helmets for hire to Club members. Oban, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, UK
    http://www.obancanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Pentland Canoe Club
    Based in Thurso, on the north coast of Scotland, the Club enjoys some of the best canoeing and kayaking in the world. Caithness and Sutherland offer a fantastic variety of environments for kayaking. We have miles of amazing coastline and islands to explore, world renowned surf, loads of lochs and even a river or two. So whether you are new to kayaking and looking for tuition or an experienced paddler looking for paddling companions this area has lots to offer and our website is a great place to find out all about it. A look at our photo galleries will give you a taste of what we get up to and the club has an extensive stock of boats and kit available if you haven't got your own. Thurso, Caithness, Scotland, UK
    http://www.pentlandcanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Perth Canoe Club
    Based in Perth (SCOTLAND, not Western Australia!) ours is mainly a Whitewater kayak club, but members paddle Open (Canadian) Canoes, Slalom Competition K1 & C1, and Sea Kayaks too. We paddle throughout the year (although beginner's trips are generally held in the warmer months) and we train indoors and play Canoe polo through the winter. We have a number of experienced paddlers, instructors, and coaches and can support paddlers from their first time afloat right through to advanced level paddling. Perth, Scotland, UK
    http://www.perthcanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • PinkstonPanthers
    PinkstonPanthers is a new "Canoe Slalom Club" established by STEWART PITT, "12 times Scottish Champion and winner of World Masters Games C2 slalom event in Sydney Australia October 2009" set up to promote and develop this beautiful sport straight in the heart of the Glasgow city at Pinkston Watersports. New members of all ages are very welcome to join the club; from complete beginners to paddlers who already have some paddling experience and want to develop their skills. The primary interest of the club is the very exciting discipline of Canoe Slalom, however you dont have to be an out and out racer. The skills coached for canoe slalom are beneficial to all other canoeing disciplines. Or you can chose simply to benefit form general coaching. Glasgow, Scotland, UK
    http://pinkstonpanthers.com/
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  • Port Edgar Dragons
    The Port Edgar Dragons are a Dragon Boat group based at Port Edgar Marina, South Queensferry. Aimed primarily at those recovering from breast cancer and their supporters the team was established in 2010 with support from Paddlers for Life, a UK wide breast cancer dragon boat network. We acquired our first dragon boat in 2011 and began to develop dragon boat paddling in the Edinburgh area. Whilst slightly at the whim of tides and weather, we endeavour to take the boat out every Sunday, more during summer months, and welcome everyone who would like to try this amazing sport. South Queensferry, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
    https://www.portedgardragons.co.uk/
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  • Portobello Sailing & Kayak Club
    A friendly and active club on the shores of the Firth of Forth, a few miles from the centre of Edinburgh and in the heart of the thriving community of Portobello. Based at on the Promenade at the bottom of Bath Street, members - with appropriate qualifications and experience - can use our sailing dinghies, kayaks and St Ayles rowing skiffs. Members organise regular sessions for all three sports from Portobello beach and occasional trips further afield. We run training courses from time to time. We offer storage for members' boats - no powered craft are permitted. Portobello, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
    http://www.sailporty.org.uk/
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  • Queensferry Rowing Club
    Ferry Lass and Ferry Maid are but two of more than 100 boats on the water or in the process of being built across Scotland - and now England, Northern Ireland, the Netherlands, Canada, the US, Australia and New Zealand - using the St Ayles skiff design. The concept of a community built boat has caught hold of the public imagination. Queensferry Rowing Club has been growing steadily, appealing to people from a range of backgrounds and ages. The launch of Ferry Maid has enabled us to get more people out onto the water for longer. South Queensferry, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
    http://www.queensferryrowing.org/
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  • Queensferry Rowing Club
    Ferry Lass and Ferry Maid are but two of more than 100 boats on the water or in the process of being built across Scotland - and now England, Northern Ireland, the Netherlands, Canada, the US, Australia and New Zealand - using the St Ayles skiff design. The concept of a community built boat has caught hold of the public imagination. The St Ayles skiff design is impressive. We have rowed in flat calm seas, large swells and rough, choppy waters. Queensferry Rowing Club has been growing steadily, appealing to people from a range of backgrounds and ages. The launch of Ferry Maid has enabled us to get more people out onto the water for longer. Queensferry, Scotland, UK
    http://queensferryrowing.org/
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  • Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club
    Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club - Formed in 1866, the club provides training and coaching to members of all ages, plays host to many prestigious regattas, offers dinghy racing, canoeing & rowing, and has social activities. The Club caters for a number of water sports including sea kayaking and canoeing, sailing, rowing and open water swimming. Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.rwsabc.co.uk/
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  • Seil Coastal Rowing
    The Seil Island St Ayles Skiff Project. The kit design for the St Ayles has been thought through from the outset to produce a beautiful and comparatively easy boat that can be built by people with little or boat building experience. What is required is patience, and a reasonable degree of practical ability. We are particularly lucky here on Seil as we have offers of help from not one but two experienced boatbuilders. Isle of Seil, Scotland, UK
    http://seilskiff.org.uk/
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  • Shetland Canoe Club
    Shetland Canoe Club is based in the Shetland Islands, and is therefore Britain's most northerly canoe club. We are mainly a sea kayaking club, with most of our activities geared to touring, though some members have been known to try surfing, not to mention the odd visit to the mainland for a bit of river paddling. We are affiliated to the Scottish Canoe Association, all members pay an annual membership either as boat owner or non boat owner and this entitles them to use club equipment under club rules. Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK
    http://www.shetlandcanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • South Skye and Lochalsh Kayak Club
    We are a sea kayaking club based in South Skye and Lochalsh on the west coast of Scotland. We currently have over one hundred members and have been running for about 10 years. We run the majority of the summer sessions in Kyleakin harbour and under the Skye Bridge. During the winter we hold training sessions in Kyle swimming pool. The aim of the club is to encourage young and old to participate in sea kayaking in a safe manner and provide instruction to a high level. Membership of the club is open to anyone with an interest in canoeing and kayaking. In July the club also organises a one week kayaking holiday to other parts of Scotland such as the Isle of Mull or Gairloch. Isle of Skye, Scotland, UK
    http://www.skye-lochalsh-kayaking.co.uk/
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  • St Ayles Rowing Club - Community rowing Scotland
    The club was established in May 2010 as part of a community project to try and bring together people of all ages who would like to get involved with something that would not only help their fitness but more importantly as a social method of getting to know the people in your area and have a bit of fun along the way. The initial idea behind this came from the Scottish Fisheries Museum who commissioned the first Skiff and the Scottish Coastal Rowing Project whose aim was to have communities building and rowing the boats in inter-community regattas. Six years on and the rowing community has grown worldwide with skiffs now in Canada, USA, Netherlands, New Zealand and Australia. There have been two Skiff World Championships held already, one in 2013 at Ullapool and in 2016 Strangford Lough in Ireland the craze has no signs of fading. As the sport develops we aim to continue on the success that the club has achieved not only within our own community but in the wider field of skiff racing and enlighten people to the benefits of rowing for health and social well-being. Anstruther, Fife, Scotland, UK
    http://www.staylesrc.org.uk/
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  • Stirling and Falkirk Canoe Club
    Stirling and Falkirk Canoe Club are based in Central Scotland. We aim to cater for all types of paddlesport across all ages and abilities. The club is affiliated to the national governing body, the Scottish Canoe Association, and follows their rules and guidelines regarding our activities, coaches, child protection etc. Stirling & Falkirk Canoe Club have a strong presence in both canoe polo and canoe slalom, and we run our own division 3/4 slalom in September each year. The club has a busy activity calendar over the spring/summer/autumn months with many trips and training courses. Alva, Clackmannanshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.sfcc.info/
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  • Stonehaven Canoe Club
    Members of Stonehaven Canoe Club are actively involved in river and sea kayaking and open canoeing. We run pool sessions for members from the middle of January until the end of April. From the end of April to mid September we normally train from Stonehaven harbour. The NE Scottish coastline, particularly near Stonehaven is an excellent place to sea kayak. River kayaking usually takes place predominantly on the rivers throughout NE Scotland, and occasionally further afield. Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.stonehavencanoeclub.co.uk/
    (Added: Sun Feb 11 2018) - Report this link as bad!
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