Hen Parties in London

Hen Parties in London

Book your Hen Boat Party in London today, call us on 020 7928 9009 or Book Tickets Online

Our “Disco Cruises” on Saturday nights are excellent events opened to mixed members of the public where groups of hens can let their hair down. Dance the night away to party classics & chart music provided by our DJ and have a drink while watching the impressive River Thames panorama pass you by. Our Thames Cruises are the ideal location for Hen Parties in London!

Our Hen Party Boats

Our Thames Disco Cruises / Hen Party Boats operate to and from Westminster Pier by the Houses of Parliament. They are fun, informal evenings for large or small groups of hens.

Our bars sell drinks at very reasonable pub prices, but please note we can only accept cash payment no board (no cards)! If you want to carry on partying after the cruise, we can also offer entrance to a nearby club … just ask us.

Hen Party Boat Route

On departing Westminster Pier you will head down the river past The London Eye St Pauls and HMS Belfast, cruising under all the bridges including Tower Bridge, down past Canary Wharf, The Millennium Dome, within sight of the Thames Barrier and back…

HOW TO BOOK / RESERVE TICKETS
- To pencil in a booking, please contact our office providing your name and telephone number and the number of tickets you will need. Tel: 020 7928 9009
- To reserve tickets we require you pay a £10 per person deposit. You can pay by debit or credit card over the phone.
- For groups of more than 10 people we require full payment at least 10 days in advance of the disco cruise

Contact us today for the best Hen Parties in London

For more information regarding our Hen Party Boats or how to create the perfect Hen Party in London contact our main office today.

Call us direct on 0207 928 9009 or alternatively fill in our online enquiry form with your Hen Party requirements and we’ll get back to you.

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