Time Out says
River Bus services operate daily between Royal Arsenal Woolwich and Battersea Power Station and to Putney weekdays. In April 2013, a new Putney–Blackfriars route was added. A daily commuter service operates every 20 minutes, calling at all major central London piers.
The Tate service runs every 30 minutes during gallery hours between Tate Britain (Millbank Pier) and Tate Modern and the Globe (Bankside Pier) via the London Eye (Waterloo Pier). Tate members get 25% off travel on this route.
We stop at 23 piers across the capital like Westminster, London Eye, Bankside and Millbank (Tate to Tate), the iconic Battersea Power Station, Tower, Greenwich and North Greenwich to go to The O2 or Icon Outlet.
EXPERIENCE ON BOARD
On board you can find comfortable seats, big windows, climate-controlled cabins and outdoor back decks. Our licensed on board bars offer a large range of hot and cold drinks and snacks, including a Vegan selection.
All of our boats and piers are wheelchair accessible by ramp except for London Bridge City, Wandsworth Riversive and Cadogan piers. There are toilets with accessible facilities on board most of the fleet. Our larger boats also have baby changing tables.
For the best rates use your pay-as-you-go Oyster card, contactless or book online from single to return and joint tickets. You also have the option to buy a hop on hop off ticket for unlimited travel on the river. Kids under 5 travel for free. We also provide a River Bus Express to The O2 on event night with optional bubbly upgrade.
Head Office: Unit 12, The Riverside Building, Trinity Buoy Wharf
64 Orchard Place
|Transport:||Tube: East India DLR|
|Price:||From £4.40 adult single and £2.20 children 5-15, free under 5. River Roamer £17.80, family River Roamer £35.60. River Bus Express for The O2 £7.30. You can use contactless and pay-as-you-go Oyster card. Reductions for Travelcard and London Freedom Pass holders|
|Opening hours:||Monday - Friday sailing times: 5:05 am - 12:0 am. Saturday - Sunday sailing times: 8:00 am - 12:37 am.|
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Users say (16)
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Thames Clippers are a better way to see the sights of London as you travel down the Thames. They have modern comfy seats, alcohol served onboard so can grab a glass of something before getting to the O2, great views from either side of the boat and even though I travelled during the winter it was nice and cosy onboard. The only down side is that the cruise was too fast and I would have liked it to go a little slower to take in the view for a little longer.
A great way to see London! Cruising down the Thames was lovely and of course there is an amazing view. It is warm and comfortable inside and there is a little seating area outside where you can take some pictures of the sights! It took 30 minutes to travel from Westminster to Greenwich, I would definitely use MBNA Thames Clippers again and would recommend for anyone looking for a relaxing way to take in the sights of London.
Great night! Started off with a fast pace cruise on the clipper and then off we went to have a night full music and laughter. Time out once again put on a great night! Roy was a great host!
Great way to get around London, so much more relaxing than cramming on to the tube and you have an amazing view while you travel in comfort.
Last night I attended the Time Out Card event hosted by Thames Clippers and The Brooklyn Bowl. From start to finish the accent was on fun ! Thames Clippers proved to be the most amazing way to see London by night as well as travel from Westminster to Greenwich in just 30 minutes. Once at The O2 we headed into The Brooklyn Bowl where a band names The Old Dirty Brassteads and the place jumping. What a good night - I took the last clipper back to London,and loved the stops at intermediate piers. A great way to travel.