You are living in London and by now, you have realized that there are as many things to do as days in the year. Getting to know London is a lifelong experience and is a fascinating journey into history, art and cultural magnificence. There are a variety of parks, historical monuments and cruises available.

 

If spending time on the water is your ‘cuppa tea’ then these cruises are right up your alley. Bateaux London offers lunch and dinner cruises with a combination of live entertainment, excellent customer services and luxury dining. Restaurant cruises range from Classic Three-Course Lunch Cruise to a Five-Course Elite Dinner Cruise to a Sunday Lunch Jazz Cruise. Dinner Cruises include live entertainment and after dinner dancing. One of the best ways for you to experience and view famous landmarks is to sign up for Bateaux London cruise for incomparable views of the capital.

 

The Ultimate Speedboat Ride is another option for experiencing a day out on the River Thames. It is an exhilarating opportunity see to the city at high speed. You are given a choice of 3 tours, which include the Ultimate Spy Experience with a James Bond movie soundtrack playing on board, the Canary Wharf Experience and the Greenwich, O2 and Thames Barrier Experience. The Greenwich, O2 and Thames Barrier Experience offers an adrenaline filled London speedboat blast, which is like a roller coaster on water! One minute you will be cruising gently under Tower Bridge the next you are full throttle at a rate of 50 knots!
The Canary Wharf Experience offers more  in just less than an hour than any other conventional sightseeing trip – this thrilling speedboat tour represents fantastic value for money. Be captivated by the history as you take in views of the a some the many landmarks including The Globe Theatre, Houses of Parliament and HMS Belfast, The Globe Theatre. The 3rd option is the Ultimate Spy Experience which not only includes sights, you will also be entertained with fascinating anecdotes and true stories about the life and times of author Ian Fleming, the history of the British Secret Service and their counterparts and James Bond.  These tours push the world’s most famous river into a high-speed league of its own.