All of the cruises include Tower Bridge and Highlights:
There is no finer cruise on the Thames than this! The spectacle of Tower Bridge, built in 1894, opening especially for you is something that you will always remember. You will also enjoy the informative and fascinating commentary that tells stories of the heritage of London's river. Along the way you pass through the Thames Flood Barrier, see the Millennium Dome, the historic waterfront at Greenwich, and the dramatic buildings at Canary Wharf.
Clacton on Sea
Here you will find a traditional seaside resort with seven miles of sandy beaches. It offers visitors plenty of traditional attractions including a vibrant Victorian pier at which the ship calls, beautifully maintained seafront gardens and a good selection of shops.
Southend On Sea
A traditional seaside resort and home to the UK’s longest Pier! It boasts a vast array of traditional seaside fun in the form of Adventure Island amusement park, the famous Kursaal, the Pier Museum, the Sealife centre and a large range of shops. It’s a great day out for kids or those wishing to revisit their childhood haunt.
Cruise Thames Forts
Built in the estuary during the second World War to protect London and coastal areas from air attack. On the cruise you will be able to see two excellent examples remaining, Red Sands and Shivering Sands.