All Aboard! 4 London Boat Parties That Promise To Be A Ship Load Of Fun

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Moor often than knot you’ll find yourself wanting to party on the Thames, so it’s aboat time you did (okay, so maybe it doesn’t happen more often than not, but it was worth the exaggeration for that fantastic nautical pun). You don’t have to be in Ibiza or Magaluf for a booze cruise, my friends — the Thames is just as crazy as the Balearic Sea, didn’t you know?

Amor are hosting a bunch of legendary boat parties to help us wave goodbye to the summer and start the Autumn in style. Start off at Westminster or Tower Millennium Pier and finish at an after-party location somewhere in the city. In other words; start your night floating along the Thames and dancing to DJs, and finish your night not floating along the Thames and dancing to DJs.

[Start off with a 4 hour boat cruise…]
Amor has a great line-up of events coming up, including house and disco nights and a Mexican Day of The Dead party. Every event starts with a 4 hour boat cruise, promising top-class DJs, spectacular views of the city and lots of boozing and boogying. And when you’re back on land, you’ll head straight to a club (either Lightbox, McQueen or Fire, depending on the night) to continue the party — if you’re not already totally ship-faced and ready to go home, that is (there are far too many opportunities for puns that just cannot be ignored)! You can find out more about each event and buy tickets here:

30th September — Boat Cruise and McQueen After-Party (ft. Seb Fontaine)

7th October — Boat Cruise and Lightbox After-Party (ft. MAD DJs and MOVE Party)

28th October — Boat Cruise and Fire After-Party (Day of The Dead Party)

29th October — Zombie Pirate Ship and After-Party 

Georgie Hoole

Georgie Hoole

Georgie is Deputy Editor at Secret London. She loves a trendy café and is all too familiar with the extortionate price of a coffee in the capital. She enjoys the finer things in life (like red wine on a school night and eating Ben and Jerry's straight from the tub) and hasn't quite grasped the concept of adulthood yet.