The Civil Service boat house is home to Cygnet RC and Barnes Bridge Ladies RC and the facilities are dedicated exclusively to rowing. The boating hard is shared with Emmanuel School BC (and also used by a local canoe club) but is otherwise private property, rented from the PLA by the boat clubs.
The boat shop for the fleet is at river level with the accommodation below. This includes changing rooms, showers toilets, a kitchen, club room and licensed bar.
Behind the main building is a dedicated gym know as The Shed containing rowing machines and weight training equipment as well as space for circuits and stretching.
There is also a rather nice secluded lawn which gets the sun most of the day and is great for social events and even training.
As well as the boat shop, we also have some outdoor boat racking for small boats.
The club has it's own trailer and vehicle for getting the fleet to and from races and events.
We are also fortunate to have access to the rowing tank next door at Emmanuel School BC.
Although the Tideway facilities are rented rather than owned by the clubs, Cygnet RC are in the very privileged position of owning a property on Hamhaugh Island in Shepperton, affectionately known as The Bungalow. This little gem is available for members and friend to use during the summer months and is used by the club twice a year for Sculling Camp.