The Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort will take place at Westminster Abbey on Saturday 6th May, 2023.
 
After the Service, Their Majesties will return to Buckingham Palace in a larger ceremonial procession, known as ‘The Coronation Procession’.  The King and The Queen Consort, accompanied by Members of the Royal Family, will appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to conclude the day’s ceremonial events.
 
This is an opportunity to spend time and celebrate with friends and family.  If you are in London during this weekend, we have a range of cruises available on Saturday 6th May:

 

London Lunch Cruise – from £67 per adult | £56 per child

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on a 1hr 45min cruise along the River Thames, past some of London’s most famous sights, with commentary.

A delicious two-course lunch will be served to your table and drinks can be purchased from the bar.

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London Afternoon Tea Cruise – from £70 per adult | £50 per child

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on a 1hr 30min cruise along the River Thames, past some of London’s most famous sights, with commentary.

A traditional afternoon tea will be served to your table and drinks can be purchased from the bar.

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Thames Dinner Cruise – from £135 per person

Enjoy a magical evening through the heart of London with dinner and live entertainment whilst sailing past some of the Capital’s most iconic landmarks along the River Thames.

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London Dinner Cruise – from £111 per person

Dine and dance on this great dinner cruise on the Thames, see spectacular views and enjoy show songs and top hits sung by a live performer.

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King’s Coronation

A coronation is a ceremony in which a monarch is officially crowned and invested with the powers and duties of their office. The specifics of a coronation can vary depending on the country and culture involved.
 
In the context of a king’s coronation, the ceremony typically involves a number of rituals and traditions that symbolize the monarch’s authority and connection to their people. These may include:

 
The specifics of a king’s coronation can vary depending on the country and time period involved. In some cases, the ceremony may be accompanied by lavish festivities and celebrations, while in others it may be a more subdued affair. Regardless of the details, however, a king’s coronation is an important symbolic moment in the life of both the monarch and the country they will rule.