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High-Speed Thames River RIB Cruise in London

From US$62.00
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 today
Friendly rocketeers

Very friendly and considerate crew. Geoff and Chris were very happy to help and were always mindful that we were happy and safe with lots of excitement as well. They took an interest in where we were from, whether it was a special trip and...More

Thank Leanna L
Reviewed today
Thrilling experience. A must do for Londoners and visitors!

A unique way to see the sites of London with some speed and thrill chasing thrown in. We had Geoff as our guide and Phil as our driver - great guys. Geoff was particularly friendly and entertaining - he is definitely an asset to RIB...More

Thank 259welshguy
Reviewed 2 days ago
COULD NOT FAULT! AMAZING!

Today my partner and I did Thames Rockets Cruise and I could not praise the experience enough! Our tour guide Geoff along with the skipper Phil were great and made the experience 10/10. I cannot recommend this enough!!! If you're in London and its above...More

Thank ella_snookelle123
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic 50 mins, great guide, excellent value for money if you use Tesco vouchers!

Booked this partly with Tesco vouchers. The staff booking in were friendly and helpful. Exceeded expectations with a fantastic, funny overview from Rory, the guide and a white knuckle James Bond type experience for us and our two kids aged 12 and 10. It was...More

Thank J416judy
Reviewed 1 week ago
Amazing, Excellent, Breathtaking Experience.

We as a group went on the Thames Rockets on the 04/04/2018 and the experience was amazing there were 4 of us in our party and we loved it, and wanted to do it again. Starting off in the restricted speed area taking about the...More

Thank EdinChrissy
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22 April 2018|
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Response from Martin F | Reviewed this property |
Hi. It goes from Millenium Pier next to London Eye. So Waterloo nearedt, or Westminster and walk over the bridge. Their website is a good source of info. Hope you enjoy as much as we did.
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