S B Repertor

SB Repertor · Traditional Thames Sailing Barge · Races, Day Trips, Weekends and Cruises

Enquiries and bookings, please call 07831 200018 or email us

Below decks

Cabins and facilities on board S B Repertor

Below decks - the saloon

Taking part

What it’s like to go sailing on board S B Repertor

Taking part

Sail with us!


Join us for a day trip, a sailing weekend or a longer cruise


Barges can be fast and exciting to race — be part of a winning crew!

Passage trips

One-way trips, or can be added on before and after each race


From as little as £25 per person for our shorter passage trips ... see our Sailing Programme 2024

Useful information

Making a booking

Please contact us by telephone or email initially, to check whether places are available (for fixed-date trips, such as races, passage trips and daysails) or to make sure that the dates you want are free.

Confirmed bookings should be accompanied by a 25% deposit — please see our Conditions of booking.

Notes on bookings: A trip cannot be confirmed until we have a minimum of eight passengers in total booked, but we can often join individuals and smaller groups with others to make up numbers. Sailings and timings are always subject to weather, tides and the skipper’s discretion.


We offer good home-style cooking while you are on board. Please notify us of special dietary requirements, including vegetarian, when you confirm your booking, or as early as possible in advance of the trip.

As an alternative, we can offer gourmet cuisine to order — prices on request — or you can opt for self-catering and receive a 10 per cent discount on the price of your trip.

Clothing and footwear

As with any sailing trip in UK waters, it can become quite chilly under way and it has been known to rain! Passengers are advised to bring their own warm clothes and wet weather gear; also wellies, particularly for trips which are likely to involve transfers to and from the shore by bargeboat.

Non-slip deck shoes are recommended; high heels (stilettos) are not permitted to be worn on deck or down below — they are not safe for the wearer and can damage the decks.


All bedding and bed-linen is provided, but not towels.