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Fares & Sailings

Our scenic cruises between Westminster, Kew, Richmond and Hampton Court are one of the best value days out in London. Our cruises are ideal for anyone who wishes to visit the Tudor palace at Hampton Court, Richmond’s picturesque riverside, the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew or the bustling City of Westminster.

Upcoming Sailings

We are sailing between Westminster, Kew, Richmond & Hampton Court on a regular basis. All of our sailings have indoor & outdoor seating, heating, toilet facilities & a fully licensed bar (accepting cash & card).

Click the link below to view our upcoming sailings.

 

The East Front, Hampton Court PalaceM.V Connaught arriving at Hampton Court Landing Stage
We are sailing between Westminster, Kew, Richmond & Hampton Court on a regular basis. All of our sailings have indoor & outdoor seating, heating, toilet facilities & a fully licensed bar (accepting cash or card). Click the link below to view our upcoming sailings.

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Fares

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Westminster to Kew Service

Westminster to Kew Service, The New Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament)Westminster to Kew Service, M.V Cockney Sparrow passing Barnes Bridge

A direct service between Westminster Pier & Kew Pier passing through the City of Westminster, & a number of London Boroughs including Chelsea, Wandsworth & Putney before arriving in the upper reaches.

This cruise allows up to 4-hours & 30-minutes* ashore at Kew to explore the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew*, Kew Palace*, the London Museum of Water* & Steam, the National Archives or enjoy lunch at one of the many riverside pubs & restaurants. Alternatively passengers can enjoy a cruise from Kew to Westminster & remain onboard to return to Kew or disembark at Westminster Pier & make their own way back to Kew. This cruise takes place onboard a traditional passenger boat with a fully-licensed bar & toilet facilities.
*River boat tickets do not include entry to the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Kew Palace or the London Museum of Water & Steam.

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Richmond to Hampton Court Service

The East Front, Hampton Court PalaceM.V Princess Freda passing Marble Hill House, Twickenham

Direct services between Richmond & Hampton Court passing through Teddington Lock & historic Kingston upon Thames.

This cruise allows up to 3 hours ashore if you catch the 11.15 boat to Hampton Court to explore the palace, parks or enjoy lunch at one of the many riverside pubs & restaurants. This cruise takes place onboard a traditional passenger boat with a fully-licensed bar & toilet facilities.

*River boat tickets do not include entry to Hampton Court Palace.

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Richmond Circular Cruise (29th March - 1st April)

M.V Princess Freda passing Marble Hill House, TwickenhamM.V Cockney Sparrow passing Barnes Bridge

This cruise only operates on select days & will be advertised on our Upcoming Sailings page. Our Richmond Circular Cruise is a 45-minute round trip departing Richmond Landing Stage. The cruise travels upriver passing the riverfront at Richmond, Marble Hill House & Eel Pie Island before arriving at Teddington Lock. The boat then turns & cruises back downriver to Richmond. This cruise has a live com

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Westminster to Kew, Richmond & Hampton Court Service

M.V Connaught at Syon ReachM.V Connaught arriving at Hampton Court Landing Stage

A service from Westminster Pier to Kew Pier, Richmond Landing Stage & Hampton Court Landing Stage passing through the City of Westminster, Chelsea, Putney, Kew, Richmond & Kingston before arriving at Hampton Court Palace.

This cruise is a unique opportunity to travel between the city & the countryside & is perfect for passengers who wish to visit the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Richmond Riverside, Hampton Court Palace or the City of Westminster. Passengers can book a return ticket or simply travel one-way & make their own way back to their point of origin using public transportation.

*River boat tickets do not include entry to the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Kew Palace, the London Museum of Water & Steam or Hampton Court Palace.

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Boats

Cockney Sparrow

The Cockney Sparrow was built in 1976 at Eel Pie Island. She is a two level boat with a deceptively large enclosed saloon and an open top deck. 

Connaught

M.V Connaught was built by Salter Brothers of Oxford in 1911 & has been cruising between Westminster, Kew, Richmond & Hampton Court for over 100 years. Connaught regularly operates on our services & is also available for private charters.

Princess Freda

Princess Freda was built in 1926 by T.C. Letcher on the Isle of Wight, and has been restored to a particularly high standard.