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The Plan

A one-way trip from Greenwich all the way to Battersea. Passing The Cutty Sark, Canary Wharf, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Bankside and the Globe, St Pauls, South Bank, London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Lambeth Palace, Mi6 and Battersea Power Station amongst many other landmarks.

See London as its meant to be, from the river. Journey time is a good 3 hours, is with the tidal flow making the trip suitable for all abilities including complete beginners.

We use stable double kayaks with rudders, all kit provided and staffed by professional guides. The trip is for adults only (16 yrs and over).

What happens with my stuff?

All your belongings are taken with you in the Kayaks. You’ll be provided with waterproof bags to put belongings in a small cabin in the kayak. Please try to avoid bringing things like laptops etc as there’s always a risk of these getting damaged. If you need to get changed before this event please do so before arrival as there aren’t changing facilities on-site.

 

 

What’s Included?

  • Buoyancy Aids
  • Paddles
  • Lights when required
  • Waterproofs (jacket and trousers)
  • Waterproof gloves
  • Professional instructors

What to wear

Try to arrive in the clothes you want to wear on the water as we have limited changing facilities and this will save time. We suggest comfortable clothes to paddle in – dress for the weather including a pair of  trainers you don’t mind getting muddy. Bring a light snack to keep your energy levels up and a bottle of water to stay hydrated. We supply all equipment including good quality waterproofs. Also bring a complete change of clothes for afterwards.

Invite a friend

Start Point

The Beach
Opposite The Trafalgar Pub
Greenwich, SE10 9NW

We will meet you on the beach in Greenwich opposite The Old Naval College also known as Greenwich University. The nearest postcode is SE10 9NW which will take you to the Trafalgar Pub Tavern also on the water. The trip will finish in Battersea next to St Mary’s Church.

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