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Your Boat Trip Itinerary

Our Runnymede riverboats are one of our favourite summer activities. If you're looking at getting out on the Thames for a cruise, take a look at our boat trip itinerary to help guide you on a fantastic day out...

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Upstream to Windsor…

There are plenty of iconic sights to see when you sail upstream to Windsor. Click on the images and scroll through for a sneak preview!

25 minutes:

The Queen’s statue at Runnymede Pleasure Grounds

30 minutes:

Royal Air Force memorial hidden in the trees and Ankerwick Ruins

35 minutes:

French Brother’s boats and the Magna Carta tea rooms if you have time for a quick stop!

50 minutes:

Old Windsor Lock

Keep going…

1 hour 10 minutes:

Albert Bridge

1 hour 25 minutes:

View of Windsor Castle

1 hour 50 minutes:

Victoria Bridge

2 hours:

Romney Lock

2 hours 20 minutes:

Eton Bridge

2 hours 30 minutes:

Windsor public moorings as well as another view of the tower

Downstream to Shepperton…

Here are the sights you’ll see when you head downstream on our boats all the way to Shepperton. Again, simply click the photo icon on the left for the views you can expect on your journey…

5 minutes:

Lammas park

8 minutes:

Staines Bridge and The Swan pub

15 minutes:

St Peters Church, Staines

20 minutes:

Trusses Island, where there is a specific swan feeding area

35 minutes:

Penton Hook Lock

Keep going…

55 minutes:

Downstream from Penton Hook Lock

1 hour 10 minutes:

Laleham park

1 hour 30 minutes:

Chertsey Lock

1 hour 50 minutes:

Chertsey Bridge

2 hours 10 minutes:

Pharoah’s Island

2 hours 30 minutes:

Thames Court Restaurant and Bar and Shepperton Lock

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