All aboard! An excellent exercise in team building, Dragon Boating is a fun and exhilarating way to enjoy the great outdoors. Playing to each member’s individual strengths, you need to paddle together to deliver your best possible performance.
Resembling a longer and wider canoe, teams must synchronize their paddling to their drummer’s beat, whilst our Helm at the rear, steers the boat. Our small 30ft boats can accommodate a team of no more than ten, plus a drummer and our Firebird Helm. Groups of between 7 and 44 can all be on the water at the same time, taking in the local sights and racing the waters in head-to-head competitions.
If you’re catering for larger numbers, we can arrange a Dragon Boat Regatta, rotating up to 99 people at a time, allowing up to 600 people to participate in any given day. Thanks to the colourful boats and rhythmic drums, our Dragon Boat Regatta is an impressive and exciting activity to watch, let alone take part in! With a minimum age of eight years old, this is an activity for all.
Oakley Court, Windsor*, Queens Eyot near Windsor, Dorney Lake, Riverside Marquee Bray, Crowne Plaza, Marlow* (lake hired from the water-ski club next door), Culden Faw near Henley, Runnymede (Dragon boat river trips only due to proximity of the weir), Compleat Angler Marlow (Dragon boat river trips only due to proximity of the weir), Phyllis Court Club, Henley (not during Henley Regatta or its build up), Stratford upon Avon Rowing Club, Luton Hoo, Amber Lakes, Wraysbury, Great House, Sonning (Dragon boat river trips only), Bisham Abbey (Drumming not permitted & PA system also not permitted), Loughborough Boat Club, Royal Docks Adventure (London Regatta Centre)
*Pontoons possibly required depending on activity & numbers (additional charge)