A beautiful 1930s green and yellow Dutch barge moored between Lambeth and Vauxhall bridge. It's a modest space – only room for 150 max – and most of the time their events are free, so entrance is on a first-come-first-served basis. Visitors here can enjoy a social drink, a gig or hire it out for a personal party.
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The Tamesis Dock, this colorful boat, ran aground on Albert Embankment, just a short distance away from the famous MI6. The view is breathtaking with the Big Ben in the landscape.
Lulled by the rolling of the Thames, nothing could be better than enjoying a pint of the Camden Pale Ale on the deck at sunset. I also usually let myself be tempted by the delicious burgers.
The music programming is good too, and quite original. One night, I discovered the Karauké which, as the name suggests, is a Karaoke in which the music is played by a band of ukulele players. Many groups come to play, sometimes even unexpectedly.
My favourite pub, full of personality, warm friendly staff, on the river, no better place to enjoy a pint in London
A lovely setting and a handsome looking boat. We paid to rent the lower deck and had repeatedly requested we have access to a DJ set up (monitor and mic), staff weren't really prepared for our party and the surprise we organised for our friend fell on its arse. The bar queue was big and on a Friday night there were a few stuck up and unfriendly punters. This is not a party boat. Head here with your friends if you want to create a fun and friendly atmosphere.