The River Thames is 215 miles long (345km) and rises near Cirencester in Gloucestershire and flows eastward through Oxford, Reading, Windsor, London and enters the North Sea via the Thames Estuary. It is navigable by small boats from Lechlade in Gloucestershire to Teddington Lock where it becomes tidal for 68 miles to the sea. It passes Hampton Court, Kingston, Teddington, Twickenham, Richmond, Kew before flowing through central London and then on to Greenwich and Tilbury before entering the sea.

There are no cruises on this river at the moment.

 


Cruising information on this Website is posted in good faith and is updated regularly, but we cannot guarantee
the completeness and accuracy of the information shown. We are not liable for any direct or indirect loss arising from
the information on this Website or the unavailability of any particular price, cruise or facility. We recommend that you
check information before you act on it, particularly since prices change, cruises or cabin types can be fully booked and
timings and itineraries amended.

By using this website you accept this disclaimer and agree to our privacy and cookie policies. For full details click here..


Operation and copyright