This Parisien boat, with her 'rich tones of a charismatic French accent' combined with her elegant appearance, bring a hint of sophistication over the channel. Symphony was designed by architect Gerard Ronzatti, whose design is centred around the importance of sight, atmosphere and entertainment in restaurant cruising.

The Symphony is a unique vessel on the Thames, and much-loved by customers and passersby alike.

Symphony's all-glass structure takes the Thames restaurant cruise experience into a different dimension, enabling guests to enjoy the magnificent views of London without any interruption.

Unlike more traditional boats, the wide expanse of glass, dark wooden flooring and sleek furniture bestow a bright and spacious atmosphere. Further adding to the comfort and enjoyment of this vessel, Symphony is climate controlled with washroom facilities and access to exterior viewing platforms.

With live entertainment on our Thames Dinner Cruises and Sunday Lunch Jazz Cruises, the band and dance floor are easily accessible to all, so whether partaking or simply soaking up the river atmosphere, entertainment is never far away.

Symphony can accommodate 260 as a seated dining experience and 320 guests as a standing reception.


Symphony Gallery