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Invited to the Royal Wedding? Not sure where to stay? Why not cruise the Thames with Le Boat before the big day.

December 21, 2017 Cruise Deals No Comments Email Email

Want to get to know your surroundings before you slip on your favourite Canadian designer dress perhaps an Erdem Moralioglu to visit St George’s chapel followed by the reception where you’ll be sipping on any one of eight brands of champagne which have a royal warrant, Bolly, Moet, Veuve or Krug?

If it’s anything like Kate and Will’s wedding you’ll dine on local fare including crab from Wales and Scottish languoustines, mini Yorkshire puddings and humble chipolatas.

When the party is over chill out on your fabulous Le Boat cruiser awaiting you on the Thames.

Self-drive river cruise specialist, Le Boat, is offering a selection of May cruises that pass by Windsor on the big day, ranging from one to two week voyages. After a day of jubilance around the ceremony, visitors can escape the crowds and relax in the comfort of their stylish river cruiser. Those travelling by boat are privileged to benefit from one of the most impressive views of the majestic Windsor Castle which overlooks the river. For the full royal experience why not stop off at Eton where Prince Harry spent his college years, or visit Hampton Court Palace whose long history of royals is preserved on its ancient walls?

Take a look at Le Boat’s favourite Thames cruises during the week of the highly-anticipated wedding:

The Royal Cruise
The Royal Cruise is a 135km return trip to Benson, via Windsor. Guests can choose from a selection of boats, suitable for small or large groups, and cruise at their own pace from seven nights to two weeks. A seven-night self-catered cruise, from 14 May, costs from $852.

The Heart of England Cruise
The Heart of England Cruise is a 128km one-way trip from Chertsey to Benson, via Kingston-upon-Thames, or in reverse from one-way from Benson to Chertsey. Guests can choose from a selection of boats, suitable for small or large groups, and cruise at their own pace from seven nights to two weeks. A seven-night self-catered cruise, from 16 May, costs from $1565.

The Majestic Cruise
The Majestic Cruise is a 70km return trip to Chertsey, via Windsor and Kingston-upon-Thames. Guests can choose from a selection of boats, suitable for small or large groups, and cruise at their own pace from seven nights to two weeks. A seven-night self-catered cruise, from 16 May, costs from $1405.

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