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Sail Royal Greenwich 2013: now from £39.90

28 August to 1 September, with free drink for readers

After a successful inaugural event in 2012, the world’s finest tall ships return to Royal Greenwich this summer for just five days. The fleet will offer both daytime and evening cruises, and all the evening cruises will include a special fireworks display on the river. A full cash bar will also be available on board.

There are three different cruise options available:

Special price Thames tall ship cruise (2.5 hours)

  • All tickets: £39.90
  • Route: Royal Arsenal – Maritime Greenwich and back
  • Departure time: 10:30
  • Includes sweet table and savoury snacks

Thames tall ship cruise (2.5 hours) or fireworks cruise (3 hours)

  • Adult: £59.90 | Under 15: £39.90 | Concession: £49.90 (Fireworks cruises incur £20 surcharges on all ticket prices)
  • Route: Royal Arsenal – Maritime Greenwich and back
  • Departure times: 13:00, 13:30, 16:30 (tall ship cruise). 20:00 (firework cruise only).
  • Includes sweet table and savoury snacks.

VIP Thames tall ship cruise + Tower Bridge + fireworks

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Adult: £139.90 | Under 15: £99.90 | Concession: £119.90
  • Route: Royal Arsenal – Tower Bridge and back
  • Departure times: 18:30
  • Includes dinner buffet, sweet table and savoury snacks, view of Tower Bridge from the river and spectacular fireworks display on the river

If you use the special promotional code when you book, you’ll be entitled to a free drink. For more information and to watch the video visit sailroyalgreenwich.co.uk.

Click here to book (enter promo code TALLSHIP to get a free drink)

Terms and conditions

Limited availability, book early to avoid disappointment. For some cruises, passengers will travel in a single tall ship, but for many they will travel as a group of three. The exact route of the cruise may vary for safety and other reasons. Tickets do not include travel to and from Royal Arsenal (where the cruise departs and arrives). Standard cruise: A complimentary drink is included with tickets booked with promo code TALLSHIP. Once booked, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. You will receive your complimentary drink voucher when you arrive. Passengers aged 18+ can choose either an alcoholic or soft drink. Only soft drinks available for under 18s. For those booking after the priority booking ends (8 June onwards), the free drink offer still applies. Promoter: Sail Royal Greenwich.

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