Equipment for Hire

Members and one-day pass holders can book equipment for hire using our booking platform.

Buoyancy aids are provided by the club, and available in a large range of sizes. Helmets are available for children.

If you have any queries, please contact us here

PADDLEBOARD

10 paddleboards available

Already inflated

Paddle and leash included

Price:

£5 / 1 hour

KAYAK/CANOE

4 individual kayaks (1 adult/teen)

2 double kayaks (2 adults + 1 child)

1 canadian canoe (3-4 people)

Price:

£5 / 1 hour

TOPPER

Single-handed

Ideal for children or adult beginners

8 boats available

Price:

£5 / 4 hours

TOPAZ

Single or double-handed

Ideal for children or adult beginners

6 boats available

Price:

£5 / 4 hour

RS ZEST

Single or double-handed

Ideal for children or adult beginners

6 boats available (new 2021)

Price:

£5 / 4 hour

OPTIMIST

Children under 10 years old

Helmet required (included)

6 boats available

Price:

£5 /4 hours

RS VISION

Double-handed. Optional spinnaker

Beginners or intermediate

4 boats available

Price:

£15 / 4 hours

WAYFARER

Double-handed. Optional spinnaker

Beginners to advanced

2 boats available

Price:

£15 / 4 hours

LASER

Single-handed. Standard, Radial, 4.7 

Intermediate or advanced

3 boats available

Price:

£10 / 4 hours

SOLO

Single-handed

Intermediate or advanced

1 boat available (new 2020)

Price:

£10 / 4 hours

COMET

Single-handed

Beginner to advanced

1 boat available

Price:

£10 / 4 hours

ALBACORE

Double-handed

Advanced

2 boats available 

Price:

£15 / 4 hours

Terms and Conditions

Equipment hire is subject to the hirer's ability and the weather conditions of the day. The hirer should have at least RYA Start Sailing Level 1 / RYA Youth Sailing Scheme Stage 2 or equivalent experience.

 

Buoyancy aids or lifejackets must be worn at all times when on the water in any boat, kayak or canoe, or pontoons. Helmets must be worn by children under 10 years old.

 

Experienced paddleboarders aged over 16 years may choose not to wear a buoyancy aid or lifejacket, provided they wear a leash at all times.

All club boats are covered by the Club's Third Party Insurance. If you have an issue whilst using hired equipment, please contact the club officers to understand how to proceed.

Maidenhead Sailing Club is a volunteer-run centre and participants should expect to have to rig and put away their equipment afterwards during the equipment hire time window. If you need help finding the equipment or rigging, one of the facilitators or volunteers of the day will be happy to help. If someone else is using the same boat straight after you, it is not required for you to put it away, but please make sure that the next person is aware that they will be responsible for putting it away.

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