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A visit to London isn’t complete without a Thames river cruise, so why not join us and enjoy the best views of the capital on board our Covid secure boats.
From 22th May, we will be operating a daily service from Westminster Pier, Embankment Pier, Festival Pier, Bankside Pier,  Tower Bridge Quay (formerly St Katharine’s Pier) and Greenwich Pier.
Travel with confidence and enjoy finding out more about the iconic sights along the banks of the River Thames with our entertaining live commentary. In addition, all our boats have a multilingual commentary system that’s available via smartphones in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Mandarin.
We would like to reassure you that we are constantly monitoring the situation and making the health and safety of our team and customers our top priority. Read more>>>
We are here to make your Thames River cruise as safe and comfortable as possible.

When it was built 150 years ago, the Cutty Sark was at the cutting edge of ship building. It was a tea clipper built to take goods to Shanghai to trade for tea to bring back to the UK – it had the capacity to carry 1,305,812 lbs of tea, which would probably have ended …

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Greenwich Market is a covered market that attracts visitors from all around the world. A great place to spend time browsing, with stallholders selling gifts, crafts, jewellery, food and antiques. Visitor information: Regular events:  Park It in the Market – monthly displays of classic cars and bikes Workshops Children’s school holiday events Website: www.greenwichmarket.london Address: …

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HMS Belfast is a Southampton class cruiser and is permanently moored in the River Thames as a floating museum. HMS Belfast saw active service during the Second World War, most notably at the Battle of North Cape where she took part in the sinking of the German battlecruiser “Scharnhorst”. She also took part in the …

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The Houses of Parliament, which are also known as the Palace of Westminster, combine the House of Commons and House of Lords. Parliament has met on this site for over 900 years, although the majority of the Medieval part of the building was destroyed by fire in 1834. The iconic building you see today was …

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Designed by Marks Barfield Architects, the London Eye was launched in 2000 to celebrate the millennium. At 135m, the Coca-Cola London Eye is the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel and there are 32 capsules. Originally, the Eye was intended as a temporary structure, able to be dismantled and transported to a new location, and had …

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