A wonderful way to see London is to charter the Bluebird of Chelsea, which is moored in Chelsea, and then take a trip up or down the Thames. The boat can comfortably accommodate eight guests and delicious refreshments are provided by the crew of two. The Thames embankment boasts some of the finest buildings in the city, many of which have been restored over the last twenty years and can only really be fully appreciated from the water. It also gives you a very different perspective of London and how our capital city was developed over the centuries.
The Bluebird of Chelsea was originally built for Sir Malcolm Campbell in 1931 by Thornycrofts of Southampton and she is a twin-engined wooden carvel-built motor yacht. She took part in the Dunkirk rescue in 1940 and later performed transport work for the RASC in Gourock. In 1984 she was discovered in France and restored to her former glory by Hiscock & Titterington of Poole. Re-launched in 1986, she now lies alongside Cadogan pier and is available for private charters.
To find out more about some of the private charters that LTR can organise please contact Andrew Loyd on + 44 (0) 1835 824642 or email@example.com.