Bateaux Blog

The Battle of the Scone: The Great Pronunciation Debate

While the scone is undoubtedly the number one treat in our afternoon tea selection, there is still an element of uncertainty over how to pronounce it (And when we say ‘element of uncertainty’, what we mean is: raging debates, ruined family meals and the loss of lifelong friends).

Announcement for Bateaux Windsor

We are very proud to announce the launch of our sister company Bateaux Windsor, due this Spring.

Something Cupid

To celebrate the most romantic day of the year, Bateaux London has jotted down 14 top tips to impress your date and avert disaster on Valentine's Day.

London vs The World

Looking to book a city break this year? Make sure you fully consider the cost of travel, food & drink when exploring the city. To make your life a little easier, we have analysed the average prices of 20 cities across the world to see how London prices compare.

A guide to Nordic words and their meanings

A guide to some of the Scandinavians’ unique words and traditions, including the meaning of a 'glogg'.

Bateaux Friends Facebook competition

As a Bateaux London Facebook Friend, you have now been entered into a prize draw to possibly win one of ten prizes! Terms and conditions apply.

5 Minutes with Gerard Ronzatti

As the oldest vessel in the Bateaux London fleet, the Symphony has become iconic to the river Thames and recognizable to most. She runs most days for our restaurant cruises and offers great options for Private Dining and Exclusive Hire.
Built 25 years ago by a Parisian Architect, Gerard Ronzatti, and his team, she was originally designed to cruise in Paris and did so for a year before she was transferred to London. We were lucky enough to welcome Gerard and his team as part of her 25th anniversary celebrations. We asked Gerard a few questions about the vessel’s history.

A History of Boats on the River Thames

Have you ever wondered what the River Thames would look like if you were to fast-forward through history? Have you ever truly considered the momentous events that took place on London’s ‘gateway’ to the rest of the world?

Autumn Feasts

To celebrate the change of season, we’ve selected five of our favourite ingredients that feature in our autumnal menu. They are so simple and easy to prepare that you can use them at home in your favourite dishes.

5 minute interview with Paulo Abreeu, Pastry Chef

We talk to Paulo about his passion for baking and the Brazilian influence to his food.

5 minute interview with Clinton Parker-Brooks, F&B Manager

Clinton Parker-Brooks joined Bateaux London as Food and Beverage Manager in January.

5 minutes with Faye Dixey, Sales and Events Team

Faye Dixey is the Groups Sales and Events Executive at Bateaux London.

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Note that we will resume all our cruises from Spring 2021, in the meantime please review our sailing dates for 2020. Nothing is more important to Bateaux London than health and safety, find out more about our measures.

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