Boatloads of fun

Take advantage of these boat experiences while the temperatures are still mild:

Caravel — This small, quaint restaurant located on a converted canal boat serves modern European bistro style food. The combination of delicious food and friendly staff make this a perfect date night or private group dining experience.
Open Wednesday (Lunch), Thursday — Saturday (Lunch & Dinner), Sunday (Lunch) 2072 511155
172 Shepherdess Walk, London, N1 7JL

Lee Valley Water Centre — This white water slalom centre in Hertfordshire was used during the 2012 Olympic Games.  The inflatable boats are designed for Class IV or Class V rapids. Unlike traditional rafting where you pass one rapid after another, they have the ability to send you back through the rapids you just completed.
£60 / person (minimum age 14)
London Waterbus — The traditional narrow boat on the Regents Canal stops at Camden Lock and Little Venice. The route passes through London Zoo and windows that slide open for picturesque views. Booking online is suggested — especially on the weekends.
Starting at £15 / adult and £11 / child

Thames Rocket — The popular 50-minuted ‘Ultimate London Adventure’ is the original Thames speed boat tour. Departing from the London Eye, the 880 horsepower travels up to 30 knots past London’s famous landmarks and literally above the water at times. Fun you need to hold on tight for!.
Starting at £54.95 (adult) / £49.95 (child) 2079 288933
London Eye Waterloo Pier, London 1SW1A 1AE

Uber Boat by Thames Clipper — Uber Boat is the fastest and most frequent boat service on the River Thames with 24 stops. Major attractions along the route include Big Ben, London Eye, Shakespeare Globe, St. Paul's Cathedral and Tower of London to name a few. Discounted fares are available for Oyster and contactless card travelers and a a 'hop on hop off' ticket is available
Starting at £3.80

Whichever one you choose — it's sometimes simply better by boat!


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