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Thames River Services

Thames River Services
The "Suerita" at Festival Pier
Locale London, UK
Waterway River Thames
Transit type Leisure cruises
Operator Thames River Services
No. of lines 1
No. of vessels 12
Website .uk.co.thamesriverserviceswww

Thames River Services is a river boat company which provides leisure cruises on the River Thames in London, United Kingdom. TRS cruises operate on the Thames under licence from London River Services, part of Transport for London.

It is owned by three companies Crown River Cruises, Westminster Party Boats and Campion Launches.[1]

Services

Scheduled services depart daily from Westminster Pier and travel east along the Thames to Greenwich Pier before returning. In winter, the boats also circle around the Thames Flood Barrier before stopping at Greenwich. Westbound trips also call at St Katherine's Pier, next to Tower Bridge. Passengers who hold a Transport for London Travelcard and Oystercard are offered a 33% discount on ticket prices.

References

  1. ^ http://www.thamesriverservices.co.uk/meet_the_fleet.cfm

External links

  • TRS timetables
  • TfL London River Services guide


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