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MBNA Thames Clippers - Single River Journey on the Thames

  • Enjoy a more scenic way of getting around London, and save money on taxis
  • Cut costs by combining a sightseeing with public transport
  • Download the free audio guide onto your phone
MBNA Thames Clippers - Single River Journey on the Thames
From US$ 9.35
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MBNA Thames Clippers - Single River Journey on the Thames
From US$ 9.35
Embark upon a sailing adventure in London without the price tag—and get from A to B without the hassle and expense of a taxi. Traveling on a catamaran with MBNA Thames Clippers offers quick and convenient service to 21 piers across London. While traveling, soak up excellent views of the city's landmarks from the climate controlled indoor cabins or from the outdoor back decks—the vessels all have licensed coffee bars on board
What to Expect
MBNA Thames Clippers, the fastest and most frequent fleet of catamarans on the River Thames, has more than 15 vessels and stops at 21 piers across London. It is the best way to enjoy the city's landmarks!
Customers can enjoy the fantastic views from the climate controlled indoor cabins or from the outdoor back decks. The vessels all have licenced coffee bars on board.
With in:flow you can turn your phone into your audio guide! Using GPS, the app follows your route and gives you: River facts, stories about the Thames and iconic London sights. It is available to download FREE on App Store and Google Play, simply visit www.thamesclippers.com/visitorapp on your mobile.
Reviews (95)
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Reviewed 5 days ago
went from greenwich to chelsea harbiour

really good way to see london . Saw things which you dont see from the other side. Enjoyed the whole trip. staff is freindly . its not so cheap but worth it . would love to take it on a daily basis when we travel...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank prashantnagpal
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
London commuter

Its always a welcome period of my commute. Good service, great coffee and a great view!! The vessels thay use are really comfortable and quiet - what a lovely ride.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank santor135
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Quick, easy, no hassle commute across London

As a former Londoner, I commuted via tube, DLR, or bus; but, on my recent trip back to London we stayed at Canary Wharf and found the transfer between rail lines crowded and cumbersome. So, we opted for the Thames Clipper and found it amazing....More

Thank Thomas-GenevieveH
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Smooth cruise on a busy river

The Underground can't be beat for getting around, but you don't see anything. The boats, though, can take you to some of the most desirable destinations while providing everything from skylines to working fishing boats to admire. They're clean, comfortable and efficient. If you already...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Greg H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
See London from the Thames

A excellent way to see London from another angels. The boats run down the Thames from both sides of river , one place is outside Tate modern , other from the embankment, eg. to North Greenwich, stopping many places , it is a water bus...More

Thank Trondoc
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21 July 2018|
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Response from mouseHerts | Reviewed this property |
We only did a short trip from Greenwich to Westminster. It cost about £12.50 for 2 and took about 30 minutes, so your journey won't be cheap. It's also worth factoring in the waiting time. The boats were supposed to be every... More
21 July 2018|
Response from j0hnhill | Reviewed this property |
Thats a good question? Not sure if people stayed on when we used it but they did tie up at the 02 for a while and cleaned the boat, use your connect card it saves a few pounds. if you sit outback it can be noisy.
11 June 2018|
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Response from j0hnhill | Reviewed this property |
Round 50 minutes on the general water bus or 25 on the express which misses out 50% of the stops.