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High-Speed Thames River RIB Cruise in London

From US$57.86
Highlights
  • High-speed Thames River cruise in London
  • An unconventional sightseeing experience ideal for thrill seekers 
  • Cruise past the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, and Shakespeare's Globe 
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High-Speed Thames River RIB Cruise in London
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Overview
If you’re looking for an exhilarating way to see London’s riverside sights, then opt for a high-speed RIB cruise on the Thames River. In a rigid inflatable boat, soar past the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, and Shakespeare’s Globe while listening to a high-octane soundtrack. Once you reach Tower Bridge, your skipper accelerates to speeds of 35 miles-per-hour (55 km-per-hour) and performs sharp turns guaranteed to increase adrenaline levels. Ideal for thrill seekers, this experience also offers multiple departure times.
What to Expect

Depending on the start time selected at checkout, make your way to a central London location to board your RIB. Following a safety briefing, set sail on the Thames River and pass the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, Shakespeare's Globe, and St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Once you pass Tower Bridge, speed restrictions are lifted and your skipper is free to accelerate to speeds of 35 miles-per-hour (55 kilometer-per-hour). Feel exhilarated as your skipper performs maneuvers such as hairpin bends and figure eights.

During slower periods of sailing, listen to commentary that reveals the history of London’s riverside. The tour concludes back at your original departure point.

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Reviewed yesterday
Seemed a little pricey at first. Totally worth it.

I was going to book one of the big sightseeing boats with my wife, 9 yo and 7 yo. But then I saw an ad for Thames Rockets and decided to splurge. And I'm so glad I did for several reasons: You're in a small...More

Thank Arjuna U
Reviewed 2 days ago
Good fun

Good fun trip today with a group. We had a private hire with Dave as our guide Doug the driver. Thanks we had a blast, great amusing commentary and skilled driving.

Thank mossyKent_UK
Reviewed 3 days ago
Brilliant

This tour was awesome. Stacy was a super host. And there were 2 captains equally charming. These guys are so friendly and easy going you don't need any printouts or confirmations or something. Just book the tour and reach there in time and they just...More

Thank iceicebaby
Reviewed 4 days ago
Brilliant!

A thrilling and informative... and entertaining... and lovely trip! Tom was funny and entertaining as well as sharing interesting bits about the buildings we passed. The speed part was SO FUN! My two boys said it was the most fun they have had on a...More

Thank Gina M
Reviewed 5 days ago
EXHILARATING!!

Booked this for my Mum's 70th birthday celebration and we are pleased to have given her something to remember! After the initial safety chat, we set out towards Tower Bridge to get to where we could "put our foot down" - on the way there...More

Thank Julian D
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Felicia D
14 July 2018|
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Response from D_W_10017 | Reviewed this property |
You will not get wet at all (unless it is raining). The ride is very smooth, especially at high speed. We used our phones to record parts of the ride, and there was no issue with water whatsoever.
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Felicia D
12 July 2018|
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Response from 26Marion26 | Reviewed this property |
There are a few steps to get into the boat but the crew help you on and off. There are handrails in front of every seat but I've never felt the need to hold on. I would imagine if you had neck or back problems when the... More
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Kanika G
17 May 2018|
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Response from Julie B | Reviewed this property |
When you go the their site to book they show you the available times slots for your chosen day
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