MBNA Thames Clippers

About

MBNA Thames Clippers is the most reliable way to travel on the river. We welcome everyone from commuters to families and tourists. You are guaranteed a seat and spectacular views of London.

Travel with MBNA Thames Clippers from St George Wharf Vauxhall, through the heart of London to North Greenwich and Woolwich, or west to Putney.

Whether you're travelling with us on a single journey or using the Daily River Roamer ticket offering unlimited travel, our team’s priority is to make your journey comfortable and enjoyable.

MBNA Thames Clippers depart every 20 minutes from major piers. To book tickets, get route maps and timetables visit www.thamesclippers.com

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Prices
Adult Ticket: £4.50 to £16.50 (USD6.93) per ticket
Child Ticket: £2.25 to £8.25 (USD3.47) per ticket
Family Ticket: £36.00 (USD55.48) per ticket
Concession Ticket: £4.50 to £11.00 (USD6.93) per ticket
Senior Ticket: £3.40 to £8.25 (USD5.24) per ticket

Children under 5 travel free. Passengers using their Travelcard receive 1/3 off Adult single tickets, or a 10% discount when using their Oyster Pay-As-You-Go card. See www.thamesclippers.com for details.

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Venue Details & Map

MBNA Thames Clippers

Address
61 Trinity Buoy Wharf
London
E14 0FP
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7001 2200
Email:
Website:
http://www.thamesclippers.com
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Facilities

Booking Facilities
Coach parties accepted
Group bookings accepted
Payment Facilities
Credit cards accepted
Debit cards accepted
Group rates available
Monthly rates available
Weekly rates available
Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 20 reviews

Top 5 reviews of MBNA Thames Clippers

3.0 out of 5 6 August 2015
by Dodikins D.

Fast and got views of things along the banks of the Thames. More utilitarian than I was expecting, but I didn't realize that it was used to commute to work just as much as to sightsee. More pleasant than the tube by far.

Downside is that my husband accidentally purchased round-trip instead of one-way tickets. He immediately asked for an adjustment, but the lady would not allow it. Makes zero...more

4.0 out of 5 14 May 2015
by Philip R.

I'll admit I got a half price season ticket through work

but other than the price, the best way to get around London. I live way out east, and to be abl eto get to work in a comfy seat, with a coffee shop, the option of going outside and my phone working - why would you shove yourself into a tiny metal tube?more

4.0 out of 5 14 May 2015
by Zachary D.

A fun way to skip the tube, and a beautiful view. The fact there is a tuck shop is a definite bonus - though the prices are outrageousmore

5.0 out of 5 20 October 2014
by Cheylene T.

I secretly wish I had a job in an office close enough to the river so I could justify commuting by boat. The Thames Clipper is THE ONLY form of public transport in London that is even remotely enjoyable. Unlike its terrestrial counterparts, clipper boats are quite roomy, clean, and even come with a Costa Coffee. It's also not crowded. Even during the morning and evening commuting hours, the...more

4.0 out of 5 5 May 2014
by Peter S.

I heart the uniqueness of Thames Clippers. They'll only take you from East to West or vice versa. They're London's only transport method that can boast a Costa cafe for passenger use, plenty of seats and space to wander. You won't see the views they offer from another form of public transport, and cyclists are welcome at all times. They're impressively slick too when it comes to taking on and...more

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