Celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee cruising the Thames with Le Boat

To celebrate Her Majesty’s 70th anniversary as monarch, there will be many exciting celebrations and festivities taking place all over the country, including some along Le Boat’s cruising routes. Captain your own cruiser with Le Boat and sail along the Thames past Windsor Castle during the special June Bank Holiday weekend – a unique way to join in on the action.

The Thames River is perhaps one of the world’s most historic waterways. This becomes ever more obvious as you travel to Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Palace and Cliveden House. But the history and heritage is everywhere. Often you’ll dine in a pub that was built 500 years ago.

Boats can sleep up to 8 people and if you’re travelling with family there are countless things for youngsters to do along the river, including Legoland Windsor Resort, making the Thames a holiday they’ll remember forever.

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