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Small-Group River Thames High-Speed Cruise from Tower Millennium Pier

Highlights
  • Opt for a different kind of Thames River cruise
  • Go full-throttle past London landmarks in a RIB boat
  • Choose between a 20- and 40-minute option, depending on budget and schedule
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Small-Group River Thames High-Speed Cruise from Tower Millennium Pier
From US$35.44
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Tower RIB Blast 20-minutesMost Popular
20-minute exhilarating Thames speedboat trip departing and returning to Tower Pier. Listen to music and a guided commentary as you head under Tower Bridge for some high-speed thrills.
US$35.44
Tower RIB Blast 40-minutes
40-minute River Thames speedboat cruise from Tower Pier with narration. Blasts you even further along the River Thames for extreme sightseeing (including Canary Wharf and O2) before returning.
US$57.50
Overview
Satisfy your appetite for adventure on this high-speed Thames River cruise, the ideal choice for thrill-seekers visiting London. Rather than cruising past landmarks at a leisurely pace, you’ll experience a series of exhilarating twists and turns set to a soundtrack of high-octane music. Plus, a 20- and 40-minute option, and more than 10 departure times throughout the day, are available to suit all budgets and schedules.
What to Expect

Depending on the departure time selected at checkout, you’ll make your way to launch point along the Thames River. After receiving a safety briefing, you’ll board your rigid inflatable boat (RIB) and set off on a Thames River cruise that’s different from the rest.

As the music blares from an onboard speaker, you’ll pass landmarks, such as The Shard, City Hall, HMS Belfast, and Canary Wharf. Once you’re past Tower Bridge, the speed restriction is lifted and you’ll go full-throttle, as your skipper delivers twists and turns guaranteed to make a splash. Your tour concludes back at your original departure point.

Reviews (20)
1 - 5 of 19 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Exhilarating

I took my 12 yr old son and two of his classmates on the ride. Very pleasant welcome and short, but informative, safety brief. The waterproof jackets were superb on a cold September day. The ride itself was brilliant and scary at the same time....More

Thank Peter W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Birthday treat

Booked this for my sister in laws birthday treat as we had seen the info at the embankment when waiting for a tame Thames cruise. We were both a little nervous but staff were welcoming which put us at ease. Put on the full waterproofs,...More

Thank catfaz1977
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
A must-do in London

I booked the ultimate rib boat ride with Thames RIB Experience as a surprise for my daughter's 21st birthday. Wow!! Brendan and Ollie were fantastic -a knowledgeable and amusing commentary accompanied by an action packed whizz up and down the Thames River. Can't wait for...More

Thank rossvon
Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile
Thrilling

Super, scintillating, thrilling high-speed ride Bond-style down Thames to Canary Wharf and back - bouncing, splashing, swerving. Exhilarating. Expertly done. Full waterproofing, life jackets all provided and of top quality. Commentary and belting music all great fun. 11-year-old and 74-year-old both loved it to bits.

Thank Rodney P
Reviewed 7 August 2018
Blast by name, blast by nature

We booked the 40 minute rib blast from Tower Pier and were not disappointed - once the pedestrian paced exit from the pier and under Tower bridge was complete, we cracked on up to Thames Barrier and back. Not once did we feel anything other...More

Thank Darren M
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527jiay
25 July 2018|
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Response from randyharvey | Reviewed this property |
I would think the answer would be no due to liability issues. Also there is a lot of traffic on the Thames and you could hear the radio traffic back an forth with police and various pilots
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Lynsey07
7 July 2018|
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Response from the_swimming_girls | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I have no idea as don’t work for them, we just booked the tour.
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