The MV Harmony takes to the Thames

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Bateaux London is delighted to launch the ‘MV Harmony’, the latest addition to our dining cruise fleet based in the heart of the capital. This vessel has made her journey from Copenhagen to London and will be making her maiden river Thames voyage for a dinner cruise on Friday 8th June 2012.

Unique to the Thames, the Scandinavian-designed boat features flexible layout for dining, private dining spaces and the largest open deck of over 250 square metres. A sure way to wow your guests as you cruise past London’s famous landmarks!

The river Thames is one of the oldest trade route rivers in the world and a river cruise has become a most popular choice for visitors to the capital to soak up the sights and sounds of London by boat. It has a wealth of historical significance. Let all this history and spectacle unfold before you as the Harmony will take you on a journey past key sights, both old and new such as the Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral, The Tower of London and The EDF Energy London Eye.

The Harmony can accommodate up to 200 guests for a seated dining experience or up to 300 guests for a standing reception. Her bespoke private dining rooms are ideal for parties of twelve, twenty and thirty guests. Each area, big or small, benefits from large windows affording spectacular views, a great new London venue for corporate dining, celebrations and special occasions.

Similar to Bateaux London’s other vessels, the Symphony and the Naticia, the Harmony will offer the finest quality lunch, afternoon tea and dinner cruises, as well as be available for private hire.

The managing director for Prestige London James Greetham says: ‘Bateaux London brought the thriving dining concept to the Thames exactly twenty years ago, and we are extremely excited to be expanding. We are proud to welcome our first guests on board the Harmony over this summer, when London is showcasing its best for the Diamond Jubilee and the Games. Our team has worked very hard to offer you in the best in entertainment, food, menu design, not to mention the friendliness of our staff and crew’.

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