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The Finale to London’s 100 Days of Summer

Popular river boat operator, City Cruises is offering front row seats for the Thames Festival on Sunday 9th September, providing a spectacular finale to London’s “100 days of summer” and the end of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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See the sights as you cruise the Thames.

There will be a range of exclusive cruises for the evening of 9th September, with a host of food, drinks and entertainment, as well as a fantastic view of the fireworks.

The festival will draw to a close with a show stopping night-time carnival featuring 1,500 performers on Victoria Embankment plus a giant fireworks display – what better way to end a fantastic summer!

Fireworks Extravaganza – City Cruises is offering guests front row views on this cruise which will moor at Blackfriars Pier for unrivalled views of the fireworks.  Guests will receive a glass of sparkling on arrival and be treated to canapés and a live band. Cruise departs at 8pm from Blackfriars Pier and tickets cost £50 per person.

Fireworks Spectacular – This three and a half hour cruise provides guests with first class live entertainment, dancing and a scrumptious four course dinner. Dinner will be followed by dancing and amazing views of the fireworks. Cruise departs at 7.30pm from Tower Pier and tickets cost £75 per person.

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A selection of cruises are available, including the opportunity to enjoy a four-course dinner.

Showboat – You are greeted with a welcome drink on this special festival Showboat, with breath-taking views of London’s best sights from the panoramic windows. Dinner will be followed by dancing and amazing views of the fireworks. A four course dinner is served whilst guests enjoy live musical entertainment. Cruise departs at 7.30pm from Westminster Pier and tickets cost £75 per person.

Fireworks Finale – Guests on this two hour cruise will enjoy a goodie bag and complimentary mini bottle of champagne to toast the Olympiads Cruise, whilst watching the fireworks from a prime location. Cruise departs at 9pm from Westminster Pier and tickets cost £40 per person.

The Thames Festival, now in its 16th year, will be held over the weekend of September 8th and 9th and will pay homage to the next Olympic host city, Rio, with a record-breaking 1,000 steel pans played in Jubilee Gardens beneath the London Eye, and a Rio-style float.

For further information about the new products or to book, visit http://www.citycruises.com or call 020 77 400 400.

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