Celebrate like royalty this Platinum Jubilee Weekend with GoBoat

By Lexi Iles

23rd May 2022 | Local News

A Queen lookalike with corgi in tow on a GoBoat (credit: Will Nobes/Scintilla Photography)
A Queen lookalike with corgi in tow on a GoBoat (credit: Will Nobes/Scintilla Photography)

Reign in the Platinum Jubilee Weekend like royalty with GoBoat Kingston.

Spend the day out on the River Thames to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's 70 years on the throne with eco-friendly boat company GoBoat.

Enjoy celebrations on the water outside the beautiful Hampton Court Palace with friends and family.

GoBoat co-founder, Grant Sweeney said: ""The bumper bank holiday is the perfect time for Brits to try new and exciting ways of spending time with friends and family - as well as celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. 

We've worked closely with The Luxury Picnic Company to curate the perfect Jubilee High Tea so our guests can enjoy the festivities in style and get a taste of royal treatment for themselves". 

From June 2-5 guests can include afternoon tea on their trip.

Afternoon tea on a GoBoat (credit: Will Nobes/Scintilla Photography)

The bespoke afternoon teas are available to preorder until Monday May 30:

  • Afternoon tea picnic for four people £45 (usually £54)
  • Afternoon tea picnic for eight people for £90 (usually £108)

Book a boat for June 3 and you can include an on-board chauffeur courtesy of GoBoat for a free VIP upgrade*.

The boats fit up to eight people including children, and there's even space for your dog, l so it is the perfect activity for all the family.

You can out more via GoBoat's website.

*The free 'Butler service' is subject to availability and is only available on trips sailed Friday 3rd June at GoBoat Kingston. Must be added to baskets at check-out online when booking a boat trip. 


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