Following a sold-out series of Halloween boat parties last year, ‘Pirates of the River Thames’ returns to London’s iconic river this October for a spook-tacular, waterborne dance extravaganza, with crews setting sail on Saturday 26th and Thursday 31st October.
Climb aboard the Dutch Master – a three-level, 400 capacity vessel – and batten down the hatches for this thrilling boat party, searching the Thames for London’s hidden treasures: dance to a night of deadly live music, don your pirate patch and prepare for some mysterious happenings aboard this stunningly adorned, characterful vessel. This eye-catching craft boasts a fully stocked bar, electric heaters, pre-reserved seating, and an open deck smoking area – everything you need to a night on the Thames!
Each ticket also provides you with free entrance to an exclusive after party, including the enormously popular ‘Day of the Dead’ at Café de Paris on Halloween itself: think breathtaking performances, live dancers, skull face-painters, confetti, and hundreds of like-minded revellers dancing until the early hours at one of London’s most iconic venues!
As these are Halloween cruises, fancy dress is a must – but whether a token pirate hat or a full-on creepy costume is up to you. The Dutch Master sets sail from Millennium Pier at 7pm sharp, so be ready to board from 6.30pm. Voyages are for over 18s only, and every previous event has sold out in advance, so be sure to book early!
Millennium Pier is right by Tower Hill tube station – an easy journey from us at the Mercure Hyde Park. Assume your best pirate pose, grab your dancing shoes and get ready for a Halloween adventure like no other!