The Tall Ships Festival (FULL)

Greenwich proudly welcomes back a breath-taking 40 strong fleet of Tall Ships and the event promises to go off with a real bang thanks in part to its spectacular fireworks display over the banks of the River Thames. The evening begins on board a river cruiser at Tower Bridge with a bubbly reception before a tasty finger buffet is served. You’ll be sailing through the heart of the action, past the world renowned Tall Ships in Greenwich. There’s a bar on board and with the landmarks of London spectacularly illuminated against the night sky, this really is the best way to enjoy both the Tall Ships and the city’s famous fireworks display.




Tower Bridge

The Tall Ships Festival  (FULL)

About this excursion

£108 per person

We plan to arrive in London late-afternoon for a little sightseeing or relaxationTall ships in the Tower of London area.   At 7.30pm at Tower Bridge you will board the William B – a Thames river cruiser and will be greeted with a glass of bubbly before enjoying a finger buffet as we sail towards Greenwich.

London is a city best seen from the River and you can enjoy stunning views of the sights of London – the O2 Arena, Canary Wharf, the palatial Old Royal Naval College, the Royal Observatory and Greenwich Park. In Greenwich you will be able to get in close proximity of all the tall ships and you’ll also have a splendid view of the fireworks near to the Cutty Sark at approximately 9.40pm before we cruise back to Tower Pier arriving at 11.30pm – 11.45pm.

William B

The recently beautifully refurbished William B is a top corporate hospitalityWilliam B river boat that offers that all important extra luxury to entertain private parties. The fully upholstered teak panelled entrance hall with its polished brass wall lights and handrails makes an impressive introduction. A new, spacious bar and a formidable galley provide an exciting array of exceptional food and drink, while a quality PA system is perfect for commentaries,

William B was built as the Sir Thomas More for Thames Guided Tours in 1982. Her sister ship, Sir Richard Grenville, was delivered a year later and the two vessels worked together until 1988 when the Sir Thomas More was sold to Thames Television for private trips based in Teddington. It was only in 1999 that she was bought by Thames Leisure and renamed William B. She remains in the fleet to this day offering the Thames charter market a sophisticated and luxurious cruise for corporate events or private parties.William-B3

Unique to William B is her wonderful open forward deck, making her the perfect venue for summer BBQs – what could be better on a warm summer evening than sitting on the upper deck listening to musician or two and watching the world drift by. The deliciously welcoming teak panelled entrance hall leads on to a modern and contemporary stateroom complete with high quality carpets, sleek and polished wooden flooring and fresh, clean lines. The subdued lighting and authentic nautical touches add to the luxurious feel of the surroundings. The main saloon is framed with large, opening windows providing you with an unrivalled view of the river.

The cost of this event will include luxury coach transport, your river cruise as shown above with bubbly and buffet and, of course treats.

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