City Cruises London has launched a new Open Ticket option for sightseeing, daytime and evening sailings, which means you can buy an experience for you and your Dad today but you have until the end of 2021 to book a space onboard for a cruise down the River Thames. It makes a lovely gift for Father’s Day with tickets starting from £19 per person. More information about each of the tickets are below and I hope that they make it into your Father’s Day gift idea round-up.
Sightseeing Open Ticket – priced from £19 per person
Sightseers can explore the historic landmarks of London with ease boarding any City Cruises’ sightseeing boat from three different piers along the Thames: Westminster, London Eye and Tower of London. Passengers can board boats every 40 minutes allowing plenty of opportunities to discover the variety of attractions along the way whilst taking memorable photos. Each of the boats provide guided commentary allowing passengers to deepen their knowledge about London’s greatest moments of history. The new Sightseeing Flexible Open Pass provides customers with a 24-hour ticket, priced from £19 per person. Guests have until the end of 2021 to book the date and sailing they would like to board, allowing flexibility of when to travel and experience a day out. To book the sightseers open tickets, please click here.
Daytime Open Ticket – priced from £35 per person
The Daytime Dining Pass, allows guests to book either a Lunch, Afternoon Tea or Evening cruise. You’ll be treated delicious dishes and scenic views of London’s riverside skyline.
Evening Open Ticket – priced from £82 per person
As the dinner cruises sail along the Thames, guests will be wined, dined, and entertained by a live performer as well as seeing spectacular views of London from the upper deck. The Thames Flexible Dinner Pass provides either a Showboat or Jazz entertainment with a sit-down meal. Dinner cruises depart on select dates, please view www.citycruises.com.
Social distancing will be in operation on all experiences. City Cruises will enable this by reducing the number of passengers admitted on each sailing. Whilst on board, signs will indicate that some seats are not available to sit on to help keep to the two-metre rule between passengers. All boats will be disinfected every day before going into service and then cleaned every 30 minutes on customer touch points whilst in service. Hygienic screens will be in place to separate staff and customer interaction, and hand sanitiser will be available on all boats for customer use. City Cruises’ staff will wear masks, gloves and other PPE as required and customers will be asked to wear face masks.