Discover secret parts of London in style with GoBoat’s eco friendly offerings

By Layla Turner

Picture this: it’s the beginning of June, it’s sweltering hot and the tube is packed. It’s times like this you ask yourself why you thought living in London was ever a good idea. This is where GoBoat steps in as the new and stylish way to get around London.

Charter through London’s waterways

Release your inner captain whilst navigating your way through the Thames. No experience? No worries. Upon arrival the GoBoat team will give you all the training you need to ensure smooth-sailing. You can opt for a one, two or three hour session and have the flexibility to choose your own route.


The full GoBoat experience

Back open and taking bookings of up to six people (bookings of up to eight will be welcomed from May 17th), GoBoat is the perfect choice for a fun day out. Begin your journey from three locations: Paddington, Kingston or Canary Wharf (opening May 17th).

From the Paddington base, customers can enjoy access to the Regent’s canal. Little ones can be on animal watch as you sail pass the wild dog and aviary enclosures at the London Zoo, all the way down to Camden Lock.

Discover Teddington Lock and Hampton Court Palace from the Kingston base, offering both a North and South route. The whole family is welcome on board, with buoyancy aids in all sizes and life jackets for new born babies. Even your four legged furry friends are allowed on board.

Opening from May 17th is the Canary Wharf location. Charter along the docklands whilst admiring the beautiful architecture that East London has to offer, whilst enjoying an alfresco lunch around the picnic table.

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