Thames Clippers announces new date for Gravesend to London Uber Boat

New dates have been announced for the Uber Boat by Thames Clippers route from Gravesend to London.

After running sell-out trips throughout February, the popular route will set sail again on March 19 having already completed the journey on Saturday (March 5).

The route takes around 40 minutes to the Greenwich Peninsula and an additional 20 minutes before you reach London Bridge.

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It’s certainly a unique way to travel into the city, as you sail past many iconic sights including the Thames Barrier, O2 Arena, Canary Wharf and you even pass under Tower Bridge.

Passengers should arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their scheduled departure time, with the boat set to leave Gravesend at 9.45am before arriving at London Bridge City at 11am.

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The boat will then depart London Bridge City at 4pm, meaning passengers have plenty of time to spend in the city.

Passengers can make unlimited use of the full Uber Boat by Thames Clippers’ services for a day by purchasing an All Day ticket.

Services also include a licensed onboard café bar which will serve refreshments for both journeys.

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A single adult journey is priced at £11.55 per person, while adult return journeys can be bought from £20.50.

An All Day ticket costs £26.20 per adult, and passengers have the option to upgrade their single-trip tickets.

Children four years and under can travel free of charge as standard but a seat must still be booked for them online.

You can find more information about bookings by clicking here.

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