The Best Lake Windermere Watersport Adventures.

Lake Windermere is the largest lake in the UK and is home to some fabulous water based activities. Here you can hire a rowing boat or charter a yacht. However you can also or use a paddleboard or a kayak and much more. For instance you can spend a few hours on a luxury yacht wining and dining friends. We have chosen a selection of the best Lake Windermere watersport adventures for you to try.

VIP Lake Tours

VIP Lake Tours Windermere
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Based in Bowness Marina, this luxury yacht charter company provides VIP lake tours on Lake Windermere. They can accommodate up to 9 people per trip. They can be chartered for a minimum of one hour and come with your own captain therefore allowing you to enjoy the scenery surrounding Lake Windermere. For example Prices start at 195 pounds for a 1 hour cruise. So we think that’s great value for a luxury yacht!

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Low Wood Bay Watersports Centre

Low Wood Bay Watersports Centre
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Based at the Low Wood Bay resort halfway between Windermere and Ambleside. This watersports center has it all. They offer a wide variety of water sports instruction and boat hire which is suitable for all ages and abilities. In addition they offer jet skis, paddleboards and most things aquatic. For the best selection of things to do on Lake Windermere this is the place to come.

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Windermere Lake Cruises

Windermere Lake Cruises
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With a variety of options available at Windermere Lake Cruises you are sure to find something to suit everyone. Based at Bowness Marina in the beautiful Lake District they operate daily. They are one of the leading attractions in the Lake District and get busy so be sure to call ahead and check. There is, however, always space on one of their boats. This is definitely one of The Best Lake Windermere Watersport Adventures in the are in our opinion.

Steamers and Launches sail daily throughout the year with Summer season connections for:

  • The Lakeland Motor Museum,
  • Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway
  • Lake Aquarium
  • The Lake District Visitor Centre at Brockhole
  • Fell Foot Country park
  • Wray Castle
  • Ferry House (with connecting sevices for Hilltop and Hawkshead).

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Windermere Quays Boat Hire

Windermere Quays Boat Hire
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Windermere Quays is situated in the popular town of Bowness-on-Windermere which makes exploring both to the North and South equally easy. Set on the banks of Lake Windermere you can hire electric eco-friendly boats that are great fun. Sail yourself around the lake with friends and enjoy the stunning scenery on offer. However, make sure you don’t fall in. After all the water is pretty cold all year round. For a laugh and a giggle on the water this is the most fun to be had.

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Windermere Ferry

Windermere ferry
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Windermere ferry operates from Bowness Marina. However you can catch the ferry at all of its drop off points. Windermere Ferry takes people, vehicles, horses and cycles across the lake. It links the busy eastern shore of the lake and the peaceful countryside between Windermere and Coniston on the west. Where there are many attractions and facilities for walking, riding and cycling. Be sure to check their website for crossing times and locations.

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These are just a tiny selection of the best Lake Windermere watersport adventures available but we think these are some of the best. Chocs Ahoy!