Sunday Evening Cruise, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Below we’ve listed some of our most frequently asked questions for our Sunday Evening Cruises.
In 2019 we chose to move our September Sunday Evening Cruises forward by 30-minutes. This was so the cruise takes place during sunset & we spend less time running under the cover of darkness. Moving September evening cruises forward by 30-minutes also allows passengers more time to travel home after the cruise.
We recommend booking Sunday Evening Cruise tickets online through www.viscountcruises.com however you can also book at the ticket office at Greenwich Pier (open on Sundays: 17:00-18:45). We strongly recommend booking online during June, July & August as the cruises can become very busy.
Yes, a traditional live commentary is offered during Sunday Evening Cruise by a member of the crew. Please note our crew memebers are not official tour guides. We have a Wi-Fi Audio Guide available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German & Mandarin. This feature is available on selected vessels in the fleet. (Smart device & headphones are not provided).
If you have booked tickets but are unable to attend you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a transfer to a different date.
The saloons on-board our vessels are heated & have plenty of windows allowing natural light & excellent views outside.
Our vessels which operate on Sunday Evening Cruise have open top decks.
All of our vessels have toilet facilities on-board although not all vessels have an accessible toilet.
All of our vessels that operate Sunday Evening Cruise have a fully licensed bar serving a wide range of beers, ciders, wines, soft drinks, spirits & snacks. The bar is open during the duration of the trip & accepts cash, card & contactless payments. The minimum spend on card / contactless is £5.00.
We do allow soft drinks & snacks to be brought on-board. We ask that you place any rubbish into the bins on-board & take other passengers comfort into consideration.
As our vessels are licensed premises it is against the law for any alcoholic beverages to be brought on-board although a wide range of beers, ciders, wine & spirits are available at the on-board bar.