Thames Father’s Day Cruise

Treat your Dad to a High-Speed Thrilling Cruise along the River Thames.

75 minutes of fun and frolics as we speed along the River Thames past all the famous tourist sights.


Packages Father's Day Cruise
Sunday 16th June 2019

Life jackets and waterproof clothing will be provided for your Thamesjet.

Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.

For safety reasons, the minimum height requirement to travel on Thamesjet is 1.35 metres (4 ft. 5in.).

  • Adult
    Adult
    Includes:
    • Thamesrush 75 minutes experience to the Thames Barrier.
  • Child (under 16)
    Child (under 16)
    Includes:
    • Thamesrush 75 minutes experience to the Thames Barrier.
Boat Boat

The Thamesjet “MAX” is a 75 minute experience as you experience high speed on your way to the Thames Barrier.

SCHEDULE SCHEDULE

The cruise runs to a very strict timetable and unfortunately we cannot wait for any late arrivals.

It is important to arrive 20 minutes before your Thamesjet. This time is needed to give you your safety briefing and get your life jackets and waterproof clothing on.

Failure to arrive with enough time to do the briefing may result in you missing your experience.

Thamesjet leave on time and cannot be delayed, there are no exceptions and refunds will not be offered in such circumstances.

  • Sailing Time
    Check in -14:10
    Departs -14:30
    Returns -15:45
Location Location

Westminster Pier, Boarding Point F

FAQ'S FAQ'S

Here you will find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions, just click on the down arrow to reveal the answer.

Our Thames Dinner Cruise team are on hand if you require any further information or need help with booking - please call us on 0203 551 3942, phone lines are open Monday - Friday between 09.00 - 17.30.

  • Arrival
    It is important to arrive 20 minutes before your Thamesjet. This time is needed to give you your safety briefing and get your life jackets and waterproof clothing on.

    Failure to arrive with enough time to do the briefing may result in you missing your experience.

    Thamesjet leave on time and cannot be delayed, there are no exceptions
  • Child Policy
    For safety reasons, the minimum height requirement to travel on Thamesjet is 1.35 metres (4 ft. 5in.).

    Seating arrangements on Thamesjet are solely at the discretion of the Captain and front seats require passengers to be well above the minimum height due to a larger gap between the seat and the handrail.

    Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Cancellation
    Once made all bookings are non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Height Restriction
    For safety reasons, the minimum height requirement to travel on Thamesjet is 1.35 metres (4 ft. 5in.).

    Seating arrangements on Thamesjet are solely at the discretion of the Captain and front seats require passengers to be well above the minimum height due to a larger gap between the seat and the handrail.
  • Do I need to wear a Life Jacket and Waterproof clothing?
    You will be given life jackets before boarding, the wearing of them is compulsory and must be worn at all times.

    Waterproof jackets (and if required trousers) will be offered to all passengers.

    Life jackets and protective clothing are the property of City Cruises Plc and must be returned at the end of the trip.
  • What should I Wear?
    Please dress appropriately for your Thamesjet experience, also taking into account that the river is often cooler than the shore.

    Flat shoes are highly recommended, certain footwear such as high heeled or other footwear that may possibly damage the boat, are not permitted on board.
  • Medical Conditions
    Without being exhaustive, Thamesjet is not recommended for people suffering from back or other bone conditions, epilepsy, dizziness, diabetes, angina or heart conditions. Expectant mothers should not travel at any stage of pregnancy.

    Passengers are required to advise Thamesjet of any medical conditions or disabilities at the time of booking. Passengers should consider themselves to be sufficiently medically fit to undertake this high speed boat ride and if there is any doubt should seek medical advice before booking.
  • Do you allow wheelchairs on board?
    Thamesjet vessels are, for safety reasons, not designed or adapted for passengers in wheelchairs.

    Passengers must be independently mobile.

    Please feel free to contact our reservations team should you require any further assistance in this matter before booking.

  • How wide are the seats?
    The seats on Thamesjet are 37 inches wide. The seats are designed to accommodate two adults. If you are unable to sit comfortably with another adult next to you for any reason you may be refused permission to travel on your requested trip. If space and scheduling allows you will be offered an alternative journey but this cannot be guaranteed.
  • Will I be asked to move from where I’m sitting?
    Single travellers may be asked to move to sit with another passenger to allow groups/ families travelling together to be next to one another.
  • Are there toilet facilities on board?
    Due to the nature of the Jet boat, there are no toilets on board.

    There are public toilets next to Westminster Station (exit 1) as you turn left when exiting heading towards the pier, these toilets require a payment to enter.
  • Smoking
    For safety reasons you must not smoke on our vessels or any facilities used by us, except in designated smoking areas only.
  • Can I eat or drink on board?
    The consumption of food or drink on board Thamesjet is not permitted.

    Excesses alcohol and high speeds do not mix so we're afraid it's zero tolerance and Thamesjet reserve the right to refuse a passenger the right to board and no refund will be offered.
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