Royal Wharf Pier
About Royal Wharf Pier
Royal Wharf Pier is located on the North shore of the River Thames within the Royal Wharf development. Royal Wharf is located between Lyle Park & Thames Barrier Park & is the site of over 3,000 new homes. Royal Wharf Pier is approximately a 20 minute walk from the Excel Centre & approximately a 30 minute walk from London City Airport.
Royal Wharf Pier Location
Daytime / Evening Cruises from Royal Wharf Pier
We do not offer public daytime or evening cruises from Royal Wharf Pier. We do operate a range of private charter, click the link below to view our public cruises or private charters.
Private Charters from Royal Wharf Pier
Our versatile party boats are a popular choice on the River Thames. Large open decks, heated saloons & fully licensed bars are just a few of the facilities to be found on-board.
We provide a wide range of catering & dining options, perfectly paired with our extensive wine menu. Our entertainment options & decorations can also make your event truly unique.
Near Royal Wharf Pier
About Lyle Park
Lyle Park is a 2.15 hectare open space in the Royal Docks overlooking the River Thames. The park was built on land donated from the golden syrup manufacture Abram Lyle & Son. The park was opened on the 24th July 1924 by the company director Sir Leonard Lyle, 1st Baron Lyle of Westbourne.
About Thames Barrier Park
Thames Barrier Park is a 7 hectare open space in the Royal Docks which opened in 2000. The park overlooks the River Thames & offers excellent views of the Thames Barrier. Thames Barrier Park has a 130 metre sunken garden with two bridges offering views of the hedgerows & flowers.
About the ExCel Centre
The ExCel Centre is at the heart of the Royal Docks & is one of the largest exhibition centres in the world. The ExCel welcomes around 4 million visitors to more than 400 events throughout the year.
About the North Greenwich Cable Car
The Emirates Airline Cable Car is the first urban cable car in the United Kingdom & was designed by Wilkinson Eyre. The cable car was completed in 2012 at a cost of £60 million. The cable car travels between Greenwich Peninsula on the South of the River Thames & the Royal Docks on the North with a capacity of 2,500 passengers in each direction every hour.