Aparty of four of us booked the memories of sunday for lunch,afternoon tea in july .
The departure point changed twice canary wharf to savoy peir and finally to chelsea pier .this was unfortunate for us as we had booked and paid to stay in canary wharf.
we were allocated a table where one of the four had no veiw whatsoever.
it rained during the afternoon so escaping to the top deckwas not an option.the vessel appeared overcrowded and it was difficult to walk around easily to get to the bar and toilets.
we had a short presentation by the condesending son of the owner who told us how lucky we were to be on the same boat that the queen had used for her jubilee celebrations!
the only bright spot that day was our waitress silvana who tried her hardest to accomadate us.
i can only hope that once they establish a permanent pier and iron out their layout for ease of acccess it will become a memarable experience for the right reasons.
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