The Thames Luxury Charters fleet are able to call at a vast amount of piers and locations throughout central London and the tidal River Thames, subject to tides and availability. To help plan your bespoke charter, an interactive map detailing all River Thames piers is embedded below.
However, if you would like more information and details about the most popular piers used by charterers, please scroll down.
To help ensure planning your charter with us is as easy as possible, we've listed some of our most frequently used piers below, running from the west of London to the east. Click on the relevant pier to find out more information about it, including its history, advantages, nearby landmarks, map directions and what vessels are able to call there subject to tides and availability.
We serve many more piers throughout London, so if a pier you're looking for is not listed or if you have any questions, please contact our friendly and experienced Events Management Team, who would be delighted to help.
Putney Pier is on the south side of the river and serves a picturesque area in the west of the capital. It is known for being the start line of the Boat Races.
Imperial Wharf Marina is on the north side of the river and is a fantastic choice if you would like your private charter to call in west London.
The eye-catching Millbank Pier is located on the north side of the river, in between the Tate Britain and Lambeth Bridge.
Westminster Pier is located on the north side of the river by Westminster Bridge, just along from the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
London Eye Pier is located on the south side of the river, directly in front of the world famous London Eye and nearby to Waterloo station.
Festival Pier is located on the south side of the river, alongside the hugely popular South Bank and Royal Festival Hall.
Crown Pier is on the north side of the river and serves as a great alternative for the often busy Blackfriars Pier and Embankment Pier.
Tower Pier is located on the north side of the river, adjacent to the Tower of London and of course the iconic Tower Bridge itself.
Butler's Wharf Pier is on the south side of the river, just along from Tower Bridge, and is the home of the TLC fleet.
Canary Wharf Pier is on the north side of the river and serves the redeveloped Docklands, a thriving business district.
Greenwich Pier is on the south side of the river and serves the historic royal borough of Greenwich that boasts several national landmarks.
North Greenwich Pier is on the south side of the river and serves The O2, one of the most popular music and entertainment venues in the world.