Thames River Services, Winter Timetable, 1st March 2019

Thames River Services will continue to operate the Winter timetable throughout March with one extra sailing at the end of the day.

The last cruise of the day will now depart Westminster Pier at 15:30, St. Katharine Pier at 15:50 & Greenwich Pier at 16:30.

The Summer timetable & cruises to the Thames Flood Barrier will begin on the 1st April 2019.

Winter Timetable

(Operating 1st March-31st March 2019)

 10:20, 11:00, 11:40, 12:20, 13:00, 13:40, 14:20, 15:00, 15:30*

*Does not operate during January & February.

 10:40, 11:20, 12:00, 12:40, 13:20, 14:00, 14:40, 15:20, 15:50*

*Does not operate during January & February.

 11:20, 12:00, 12:40, 13:20, 14:00, 14:40, 15:20, 16:00, 16:30*

*Does not operate during January & February.

Destinations

Westminster Pier is located on the North shore of the River Thames in the City of Westminster. The pier is a short walk from the Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament), Westminster Abbey & St. Margaret’s Church (A UNESCO World Heritage Site). Numerous museums & landmarks are within walking distance of Westminster Pier including the Banqueting House, Household Cavalry Museum, the National Gallery & the London Eye.

St. Katharine Dock was constructed by Thomas Telford & opened in 1828. The docks became popular with expensive cargo’s from around the world including ivory, shells, sugar, marble, wines, fragrant spices & perfumes. Today St. Katharine’s is a haven for yachts & historic vessels including traditional Thames sailing barges. A wide range of cafes, bars & restaurants are located at St. Katharine’s & regular food markets also take place throughout the week.

Standard Ticket Prices

The 48 Hour Riverpass is a hop-on hop-off cruise ticket allowing unlimited travel between six River Thames piers for two days. 

Thames River Services operate regular cruises between Westminster Pier, St. Katharine Pier & Greenwich Pier. Between April-October Thames River Services also operate extra services with five sailings continuing downriver to the Thames Flood Barrier each day.