Experience a thrilling on the River Thames in RIB Speed Boat!
What better way to see London's sights than from the most famous waterway in the World, the River Thames! Only a stone's throw from all the major tourist areas, this ultimate experience lets you venture further down river to the Thames Flood Barrier. Travel past wonderful historical Greenwich (where the world of navigation began) and on to modern wonders such as the O2 and finally the Thames Flood Barrier in some customised and zippy boats. Your guide will provide a wealth of knowledge about the wonderful sights of London as you race along.
Meet at the dock at the agreed time for a briefing on safety and what to expect from the trip. Then climb aboard and zip off on an exciting motor boat tour! Experience more of London's historical sights in one hour than on more conventional tours as you interact with the knowledgeable guide and get more of what you want out of the tour. Your experience will last for around an hour and a half. The suppliers are able to print the photographs they have taken of you with the famous London landmarks in the background immediately upon return from the trip. If you go during the Christmas period you'll even be given a Santa hat to wear on your trip!
This experience is available at Greater London:
Greater London (London) - London
Your voucher is valid for ten months for one child. Passenger numbers are limited to a maximum of 12. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. This experience is available on selected days throughout the year, subject to conditions and availability. This is the only RIB operator that provides arm rails (as well as a grip rail) to ensure your safety and comfort at all times. All trips have qualified commercial skippers and knowledgeable guides. All boats have been certified by the Maritime Coastal Agency and have on board the latest safety equipment from a global plotting system to a 14 man life-raft. As well as having an inbuilt VHF Radio on the boat, crew also carry at least one hand held radio as back up.