River Teign Rowing Club
Formed in 1994 the River Teign Rowing Club claims to be the largest rowing club in Europe. Find out more at River Teign Rowing Club
Teign Scullers Rowing Club
Teign Scullers is a small 'fine boat' rowing club which was set up in 2004. We have always had a philosophy in the club of taking the elitism out of sliding seat rowing and making the sport enjoyable to all. Find out more at www.teignscullers.co.uk
Teignbridge Canoe Club
The Teignbridge Canoe and Kayak Club has approximately 75 members of all ages.
All disciplines of canoeing and kayaking are practised at some time during the year including White Water, Sea Kayaking, Surf Kayaking and Open Canoeing.
During The winter months the club meets on every Friday night at Dawlish swimming pool at 8.45pm - 10.00pm. This allows training and practice with instructors on hand to help the less experienced develop their paddle skills and learn rescue techniques. When you are more proficient it’s a good time to learn how to roll.
During the summer the club meets at the Jubilee Shelter, East Cliff walk (under the Teign Corinthian Yacht Club) on Wednesday evenings, 6pm to 6.30pm. Kayaks are carried down to the beach and the evenings activities are decided depending on conditions. This is also an opportunity to try out the Sea and Surf Kayaks, Sit-on-Tops and Open Canoes.
Weekend trips are organised by club members. Annual trips to the River Tryweryn and River Usk in Wales as well as the Surf Weekends to Gwithian in Cornwall and to Ireland!
Find out more at Teignbridge Canoe Club
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Teign Corinthian Yacht Club
Teign Corinthian Yacht Club has much to offer whether you are a sailor, want to learn to sail, or simply want a great social life.
Call into Eastcliff on a Wednesday or Friday evening to find out more about the club or visit our website - TCYC
Teign Corinthian Yacht Club originated in 1883 and ever since, has been at the forefront of sailing activity in Teignmouth and the South Devon area.
The Eastcliff Clubhouse with its seafront location, has uninterrupted views over the whole of Lyme Bay, which together with its full bar and recently refurbished kitchen makes it the ideal venue to host regular club nights and numerous social events throughout the year. From the Eastcliff clubhouse, members participate in Cruiser racing and Cruising the South Devon coast and beyond.
The club also has a Dinghy sailing base at Coombe Cellars on the River Teign, where there is a hive of activity with fleet and handicap racing throughout the year, together with Teignmouth Sea Scout training and Royal Yachting Association courses offered through the club’s Royal Yachting Association recognised training centre.
The Eastcliff Clubhouse can also be hired by non-members for parties, social events and meetings. You can see whether the room is free on your preferred date by looking at the Eastcliff diary on line then email email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Our rates for 2014 are available here. Terms and conditions are here.
Eastcliff Clubhouse, Eastcliff Walk, Teignmouth TQ14 8TA 01626 772734
South Devon Waterski Club
In order to waterski in the Teign Estuary you have to be a member of the South Devon Waterski Club.
Find out more at South Devon WaterSki Club Blogspot/
Surf Life Saving
Teignmouth Beach Surf Life Saving Club is a voluntary life saving organisation and fully affiliated member of Surf Life Saving Great Britain (SLSGB).
The Club's mission is to make Teignmouth beach safer through First Aid and water safety training. Members can train to become qualified beach lifeguards and take part in Surf Life Saving Sport competitions. Throughout the summer season the club provides a voluntary service to the public and assists the professional lifeguards.
Boat Owners Association
The Boat Owners Association Teignmouth was formed in 1989, with the sole purpose of members watching over each others’ boats.
The aim is no different today.
For more information see: B.O.A.T
Pete Wilby Triathlon
Triathlon and open water swimming coaching for everyone
We are qualified to train athletes rather than treat people. But we recognise the health benefits associated with our training and we consider life stress which could effect how you can train. In short, we treat athletes as people, not machines.
For more information see: PeteWilbyTriathlOn