Christening Venue on the Thames


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If you’re looking for a different Christening venue why not consider having a christening or naming ceremony on a boat, there’s no better place to do it, our Thames River Christening boats offer an unforgettable experience for the whole family and Christening guests.

Our luxury vessels are perfect for Christening or naming ceremony Receptions or for transferring guests between onshore venues along the Thames. The magnificent panorama of London from the River with its’ landmark buildings and bridges provides an unforgettable backdrop and great photographs for all of the party to enjoy!

A Christening on the Thames

Catering, champagne, wine and entertainment: can be supplied by us, or alternatively you can bring your own (corkage charges apply for clients own wine, this service must be pre-arranged).

You can embark and disembark your Christening guests at a choice of central London piers depending on availability.

We offer all our clients access to prepare their boat up to 1.5 hrs prior to the start of the Christening, at our Lambeth Pier base, for no extra cost. You can embark and disembark your guests at a choice of central London piers depending on availability. (Although at the end of the night you must unload at your final disembarkation pier).

For more information regarding the Things You Should Know including the Bar, Food or Music for your Christening on the Thames then contact us direct today.

Our Thames River Christening Boats

Click the links below for more information about our fleet of 5 Luxury Cruise Boats for your Christening on the Thames:

Contact our London office today to book your Thames River Christening boat. Call us direct on 0207 928 9009 or alternatively fill in our online enquiry form with your requirements and we’ll get back to you.

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