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Cruise passing under Tower Bridge

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   July 3, 2018 - 15:00
   Canary Warf, London., United Kingdom

   July 3, 2018 - 18:30
   Greenwich Pier, London, United Kingdom

See Tower Bridge open for us. Be part of this historic moment.

Passing under tower bridge on a tall ship is not something you get to do every day. Come with us on this nice short trip and get an unforgettable memory and a different perspective of one of London's most iconic landmarks.

The trip will start in the mooring place of the ship by the South Quay Square (behind the Hilton Hotel), easily reachable from anywhere in London by DLR (station South Quay) and the Jubilee Line (station Canary Wharf).

After passing the lock to leave the Canary Wharf, with the O2 Arena right in front of us, we'll head up the river passing through some great sights such as the Old Royal Naval College, the Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park and the Cutty Sark.

The highlight of the cruise will be passing under Tower Bridge. The Bridge will open especially for Atyla to let us sail into the Pool of London. We'll be able to observe from the water world-famous landmarks such as London Bridge, the Tower of London, the City Hall and The Shard.

Then we'll cross Tower bridge again, waiving at the people that admire the ship from land.

On this trip we'll sail through the 0° meridian, and so sailing from the eastern to the western hemisphere. One more thing to cross out on the list of "cool things that you never expected to do in London".

The trip will end on the Greenwich Pier, where the passengers will disembark and the ship will continue its route of adventure voyages around Europe. From Greenwich Pier you can easily go anywhere using the DLR stop Cutty Sark, or the Train station Greenwich.

Voyage Categories:  River Cruise

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