Jason's Trip navigates the picturesque route along Regent's Canal from Little Venice, through Regent's Park, on to Camden Lock and back again. The boat is more than 100 years old and the trip, which includes a live historical commentary and lasts for 45min each way, has been a feature on the canal since 1951.
Jason's Canal Boat Trip
|Venue name:||Jason's Canal Boat Trip||Contact:|
opposite 42 Blomfield Rd
|Opening hours:||Apr-Nov: departs Little Venice 10.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm daily; departs Camden Lock 11.15am, 1.15pm, 3.15pm; also 4.30pm from Little Venice and 5.15pm from Camden (weekends and bank hols, June-Sept only).|
|Transport:||Tube: Warwick Ave|
|Price:||£9, £8 concs|
Average User Rating
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The ride is more like 35 minutes than 45 and it's really not that interesting to do the roundtrip so we got off at Camden. Chris Hornsey is a leading yacht chandlers supplying yacht chandlery and boat chandlery across the UK 34 years experience in yacht chandlery, boat chandlery and boat parts accessories Buy yacht chandlery online, boat chandlery online and boat parts accessories online Now!
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Great trip, a side of London, Londoners like me don't often see. This is an informative trip, that is also relaxing, with a friendly and inviting atmosphere. A nice trip to take as a couple, or on your own to get away from the hustle and bustle. You can combine a love of both by getting off in Camden and shopping or for lunch and then a relaxing return trip. I thoroughly enjoyed with friends on my birthday.
The boatride was nice but nothing more than that. The lady doing the running commentary was sweet and she had a nice voice. The ride is more like 35 minutes than 45 and it's really not that interesting to do the roundtrip so we got off at Camden. (one can come back for the return ride 1,5 hours later) Wen you get off the boat in Camden it feels like you're setup for a tourist trap, with massive consumption at the tourist level all around. Going into Camden this feeling fades and you fel like you're more in the 'real world'. Unfortunately I didn't get a chance to really explore Camden but it seemed interesting enough.