Meet Santa on an unforgettable sleigh ride down the Thames

Speedy Christmas presents for daring Dads or outings for courageous children. Meet Santa in style this year, when you book on the ‘Jingle Bell Blast’ experience with London RIB Voyages, the original Thames speedboat experience. No waiting in line to see him, only to be rushed in and rushed out – whizz down the river to him instead. This is a once in a life time experience for children to meet Santa, have a pre sailing photo with the man himself, before climbing aboard for this Christmas themed river RIB ride.

Santa’s helper will be on board as you fly the Thames, keeping everybody safe and storytelling passengers through his favourite places in merry London. Classic Christmas carols pump out for everybody to sing along as we jingle all the way to Canary Wharf and back.

A fully festive mixture of fast speed, fun style and fabulous storytelling. The perfect winter warmer for children young and old. Whether looking for a difficult to please family member or organising a work Christmas party or mates’ get together over the festive season, high-tailing it down the Thames will suit all.

The Jingle Bell Blast tour is available from Friday 2nd December 2011, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. London RIB Voyages welcomes passengers of all ages to book this Christmas experience to remember, but recommends calling sooner rather than later to pre-book to avoid disappointment. From visitors to discerning Londoners, London RIB Voyages offers the ideal alternative experiential gift that is perfect for those who struggle each year to decide what to buy their loved ones for Christmas and is the perfect fun packed Christmas day out.

Each trip combines a unique and memorable experience with informative banter from award winning comedian guides, whilst high-tailing it through London at 35 knots taking a completely different view on some of London’s most iconic landmarks. Starting at the London Eye pier for convenience, passengers can choose from one of the three exciting trips up the Thames from £32.50 each, £19.50 for Children, to learn a little more about some of the landmarks that line the Thames.

For something a little more personalised, London RIB Voyages booking’s team are available to talk you through a number of ideas to WOW that special someone and celebrate the holidays.

There is a variety of trips including ‘Ultimate London’, ‘Captain Kidd’s Canary Wharf Voyage’, ‘Thames Barrier Explorer Voyage’ ‘The London River Renaissance’ and personalised charters trips for something a little more special, there are trips for all ages and interests. Not to mention that the dedicated team at London RIB Voyages will accommodate you all year round, whatever the British weather – Not to worry there are raincoats for all sizes.

Customised charters are available, including group bookings for all the family, London RIB Voyages can provide up to four vessels, taking up to 12 passengers each for £365 per hour to hire. The London River Renaissance is the ultimate river to restaurant event combining a unique and memorable experience with a first class riverside restaurant. Multiple pick-ups can be arranged for groups larger than 48.

The booking staff provides advice and possibilities of piers and restaurants available including a detailed event schedule and booking confirmation guaranteed on the same day.

London RIB Voyages has four vessels available for private hire at a rate of £365 an hour. The vessels carry 12 passengers. London RIB Voyages organized tours start at £32.50 each, £19.50 for children under 16 years old. The starting point for all standard tours is at the London Eye: Ultimate London Adventure, Captain Kidd’s Canary Wharf Voyage and The Thames Barrier Explorer Voyage.

Customers expecting to meet Santa will need to specifically book the Jingle Bell Blast experience.
Even though we are the fastest speedboats on the Thames, London RIB Voyages are committed to an extremely high level of customer satisfaction, service and safety.

Website: Tel: +44 (0)20 7928 8933

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