Caversham Princess

A luxurious twin deck passenger vessel, ideal for larger parties and private charter. Full onboard facilities, and an opening roof on the upper deck.

Caversham Princess
Launched
1982
Capacity
120
Length
72
Beam
16
Boat trips on the river thames
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About the

Caversham Princess

The Caversham Princess was commissioned for Thames Rivercruise as the flagship of the Upper Thames. Custom built for us, she is the ideal host for weddings, parties or a conference and is one of the coolest viewing platforms for the countryside we travel through. She carries a full bar and galley facilities, can offer silver service dining and plays host to jazz bands, casino and party nights. During the summer months the top deck roof can be rolled back and open to the stars as you dance the night away.

Take a river Trip on the thames

Thames Boat Trips

Enjoy a trip along the River Thames from onboard one of our boats.

Down At The Abbey Ferry
50
minutes
£
11.00
adult
Down At The Abbey Ferry

Cruise to the Festival By Water

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Shiplake Cream Tea Cruise
180
minutes
£
29.50
adult
Shiplake Cream Tea Cruise

Sail through stunning Thames reaches with a reserved table and cream tea.

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Goring Circular Cruise
120
minutes
£
18.00
adult
Goring Circular Cruise

A Unique Round-Trip River Cruise Through Goring & Cleeve Locks

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