We visited a lot of pubs, fortunately we weren’t in a hurry! – camping was cosy.
– George Wingrave (not his real name) and Montmorency (not his real dog!)
After a few days rowing and camping we rested up in a great authentic hotel – didn’t mind the rain much and looking forward to next year
Josh, Seattle, Wa.
We could have done it ourselves probably, but it was great to have the experience from our friendly guide, Jan. Just made the 3 days more relaxing.
-Anita and Barbara, San Mateo, Ca.
Rowing the length of Thames was always on my bucket list, now firmly ticked off! (Oxford-Marlow in 4 days – 2016)
– Colin and friends
We wanted to recreate 3 men in a boat. We cheated a bit but had a fab time. Recommended!
-The Surrey boys
My favourite bit was the Goring Gap just before Henley – it felt like we were miles from anywhere!
Jilly and family – London
“All in the golden afternoon
Full leisurely we glide
For both our oars, with little skill,
By little arms are plied,
While little hands make vain pretence
Our wanderings to guide”
‘Crossing the stripling Thames at Bab-lock-hithe,
Trailing in the cool stream thy fingers wet,
As the slow punt swings round’