M.V Thomas Doggett, New for 2017 The latest addition to the Thames River Services fleet arrived in London from the Netherlands today. Costing over £2.5 Million M.V Thomas Doggett is a purpose built sightseeing vessel with open & covered decks capable of carrying up to 528 passengers. The new vessel takes her name from the famous 17th century Irish actor Thomas Doggett, founder of the Doggett’s Coat & Badge Race in 1715. About M.V Thomas Doggett About the Vessel The flagship of the Thames River Services Fleet, M.V Thomas Doggett is a state-of-the-art sightseeing vessel capable of carrying up to 528 passengers across her two decks. The vessel was completed at Maasbracht in the Netherlands in 2016 & will be officially named later this year. Thomas Doggett operates daily sightseeing cruises between Westminster Pier, St. Katharine Pier, Greenwich Pier & the Thames Flood Barrier & is also available for private sightseeing cruises & transfers between various piers. The saloon can comfortably seat 286 passengers and features large panoramic windows, central heating & soft lighting. The fully licensed bar & toilet facilities are located at the back of the saloon. The bar serves a range of beers, wines, soft drinks &
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