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City Cruises acquires new boats

Published: Saturday 28th of June 2008

Thames-based sightseeing company City Cruises has made the acquisition of three new Cityliner boats, it has been reported.

The three new Cityliners boast accessibility features for wheelchair users in addition to slide-back conservatory windows, which when opened form an open-deck area, Group Travel Organiser reports.

Visitors to London will be able to enjoy these new vessels from November.

Additionally, it is claimed that this winter City Cruises will offer a new circular cruise route between Westminster, Waterloo and Tower piers.

This route will run alongside the tour operator's existing service between Westminster, Waterloo, Tower and Greenwich.

The three new additions will add to the company's flotilla which already comprises of 15 vessels, including RiverLiners MV Millennium, MV Mayflower Garden, MV Eltham, MV Westminster and MV Princess Rose.

London Pass holders can receive free entry to City Cruises.

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