Priced at £36 per adult (12+ years) and £23.50 per child (under 12 years). Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea on Sunday 31st March 2019 would not be complete without a complimentary mini bottle of prosecco for mothers to enjoy.
Cruise lasts 1 hour 30 minutes and departs at 15.15 (boarding at 15.00) from Festival Pier and returns to Festival Pier at 16:45.
- 1 hour 30 minute Thames cruise
- Glass of prosecco on arrival
- An afternoon tea of cakes, scones with cream and jam and fresh sandwiches with unlimited tea or coffee
- A complimentary mini bottle of prosecco for mothers to enjoy
- Live Captain commentary pointing out some of London's most iconic landmarks
- Vegetarian and gluten free options available (must be pre-booked)
- Children's Menu: selection of sandwiches with either a chocolate fudge cake or fresh fruit salad and a free soft drink
- Take in all the most famous sights of central London from the saloon whilst you eat, or venture out to the upper deck to grab some truly memorable photos
- Fully licensed bar on board
- Please note: All bookings are subject to availability and operational changes.
To book please call our sales team on 0207 118 1281
Enjoy an afternoon cream tea cruise onboard MV Jewel of London. Our vessel departs from Festival pier and then cruises up to the Houses of Parliament before turning around and heading through the heart of London, you will be guided through your tour by our Captain who will point out all the sights of London as you cruise by.
Total Cruise Time 1 hours 30 minutes
A detailed map of the Thames river, showing embarkment, disembarkment points and places of interest.
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