Bateaux London Thames Sunday Lunch Jazz Cruise for Two
Enjoy a Sunday in style, with good food, great views and a live jazz soundtrack! Board the Bateaux London cruiser at the glass pontoon at Embankment Pier and then take your seats for a fun and relaxing cruise down the Thames. Enjoy a three-course meal from a choice menu followed by coffee and tea and admire the views of some of London's iconic landmarks. Cruise past the best of the old and the new - the Houses of Parliament, The London Eye, The Shard, Tate Modern, the Tower of London and much more. And all the while enjoying some toe-tapping jazz from a live professional jazz band on this fantastic day out in London.
- Sensational views of London as you cruise down the Thames
- Tuck into a delicious three-course choice meal with vegetarian option on-board a stunning vessel
- From Embankment you will pass many of our capitals most famous landmarks
- Relax in style accompanied by music from a live jazz band
- Availability Description
Cruises operate every Sunday throughout the year, excluding Christmas and New Year period.
- Participant Guidelines
Min age 3. Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult. Prams and pushchairs aren't permitted on board. A vegetarian meal option is available. Unfortunately the boats don't have full wheelchair access (ramp to access boat and bathrooms accessed by stairs)
Bateaux London cruises operate in all weather conditions.
Sunday lunch is served at 12pm boarding from Embankment Pier. The cruise departures at 12.30pm and arrives back to Embankment Pier at 2.45pm. Exact boarding time is e-mailed 24 hours in advance of the booking. Please arrive promptly as late boarding is not possible.
- Numbers on the Day
The Symphony seats a maximum of 220 diners.
- Dress Code
Smart casual wear is requested please.
- Other Info
Any additional drinks, including the selection of wines available are payable directly on the day. Smoking is permitted on outside decks only. During December, the jazz is replaced with a Christmas theme. Evouchers are issued once a booking has been made