Unbeatable views, live entertainment and great food: these are the keynotes of our dining cruises on the River Thames.

Our boats are ideal for watching the majesty of London and the tidal Thames pass by – perhaps as you enjoy a glass of bubbles? Big Ben, London Eye, Tower Bridge and the magical Thames feature on all our cruises. The London Showboat, our premier dinner cruise, goes, if tide and time allow, all the way to the Thames Barrier.

 
Afternoon tea

Afternoon Tea Cruise

If the thought of tucking into afternoon tea with a friend or two is your idea of heaven, then...

…take a gentle cruise on the river Thames and when you’ve mopped up the jam and cream on your last scone, you can pop upstairs to admire the views.
 

 

Lunch Cruise

Enjoy a delicious two-course lunch while we cruise through the heart of London. You’ll have plenty of time to enjoy the view and the company!

What better way to make lunch more memorable than combining it with a cruise down the Thames?
 

 

Evening Cruise - Riverlights

Take in great views from our open deck – perhaps an amazing sunset – while cruising down the river Thames.

A live musician will entertain you as the river landmarks pass by. You may admire them with a glass of bubbly in your hand from the open upper deck or from the heated saloon downstairs.

 

Dinner Cruise - The London Showboat

A Thames dinner cruise that is a complete night out with a live singer, great food and amazing views.

While friendly waiters serve you a delicious dinner with half a bottle of wine, a live entertainer sings pop tunes and songs from West End musicals for you with dancing before we dock!

 

Jazz Dinner Cruises

Live jazz, great food, and spectacular views.

On this one you can listen to our live quintet play popular mainstream swing and latin jazz while you tuck into dinner and see the great sights go by.
 

Other City Cruises experiences

THAMESJET

Sightseeing first then speedboat fast to Canary Wharf and back.

GIFT VOUCHERS

Give a memorable experience, a cruise on the River Thames.