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Excellent!!!! loved it...very convenient to plan a day around the sights and excellent commentary provided on the boats!
Excellent guide humorous and informative - lovely warn covered area with windows all around for perfect viewing! an abundance of seats highly recommend
Great value for money, and a stress free way of seeing the sights of London. Would happily book again.
The commentary was excellent - very cockney and very funny. BRILLIANT!
Excellent price and an unforgettable cruise! The guide was full of interesting info during the cruise and he even turned the boat sideways so we could all get a once in a lifetime shot of the Tower Bridge!!!! We got off in the town of Greenwich and got a bite to eat at a cool pub and hopped right back on for the journey back!! You can't beat this this trip, best value around!!! AWESOME!!!!!
An amazing time had by all, well worth the price, great sights to see while both on and off board the boat,good commentary by the guys aboard the boat,freindly,warm relaxed humourous atmosphere, would deffinatly do this tour again
Excellent river trip with very informative and amusing commentary. Everybody pleasant and helpful.
The guy that did the commentary was first class: knowledgable, funny and clear with his delivery.
I thoroughly enjoyed the boat trip, it was well organised, the guys on the boat done a great job commenting on all different aspects of London which was fantastic.
We did this tour on a day with rain. The cruise boat is covered so we could still have an enjoyable afternoon.
The commentary was interesting, and sometime funny. It was enjoyable.
This is one of the best ways to see the City of London and all its monuments from a different, gorgeous angle. The guides were informative and moved us up the river with facts of history and other trivia relating to current times. We started down in Greenwich so we could see the Cutty Sark and then be let off at the last stop at the end of the day so we would be in the City. Getting off at the Tower of London stop was the easiest way to get to the Tower of London because the tube stop is across a busy (ish) street. And, we timed it just right to get to hear Big Ben chime for the 5 O'Clock hour at the last stop up the river near Parliament, Big Ben and across the river from the Eye. I would suggest this as a wonderful way to travel through London.