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London Waterbus Company

A trip with a narrow boat over the beautiful Regent’s Canal is definitely recommended.
With an authentic narrow boat, you’ll cruise past beautiful houses, through tunnels and through the London Zoo.
The London Waterbus Company has the largest range of sailings and opportunities. You can sail from Little Venice to Camden Lock and visit the Camden Lock Market. But you can also get off at the London Zoo and continue sailing after the visit.

Opening Hours

There are several sailings a day.
Check the current times on the website.

How to get there

Camden Lock: Camden Town Little Venice: Warwick Avenue, Royal Oak
Camden Lock: Hartland Road Camden Market (Stop CQ): 24, 27, 31, 168 Little Venice: Blomfield Road (Stop J): 46
Camden Lock: Castlehaven Road, Hawley Crescent, Arlington Road Little Venice: Warwick Avenue Station

Prices

Prices for standard tickets and are indications.

Children
11,-
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Adults
15,-
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Concession*
11,-
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* Concession: Seniors and students on presentation of identification / student pass.

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