St Pancras Cruising Club is situated in the heart of London. This friendly club has members from all over the UK, all with one thing in common- a love for canals, rivers and boats.
St Pancras Cruising Club is a members’ club based in Camden that exists to promote pleasure cruising on UK inland waterways and to provide facilities for its members and others.
Most Club members own boats but Club membership is open to anyone who is interested in cruising UK inland waterways. The Club provides non-residential moorings for around 60 boats in St Pancras Basin. Most members’ boats are narrow boats but there currently two cruisers and a broad beam boat in the basin.
As well as participating in Club cruises and social events, members are asked to contribute at least 30 hours voluntary work per year to maintain the Club’s premises.
Club members are active in promoting the interests of boaters through other waterways organisations at national, regional and local levels. These include the Canal & River Trust (CRT), the Inland Waterways Association (IWA), the Association of Waterways Cruising Clubs (AWCC), the Association of Lea Cruising Clubs (ALCC), the Association of Thames Yacht Clubs (ATYC) and the Royal Yachting Association (RYA).