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The Thames Diamond Jubilee - June 2012

Even though the weather was miserable, thousands turned out along the Thames on Sunday 3rd June to watch the joy of the Thames Pageant and celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

Imperial Wharf Marina was a focal point at the start of the pageant due to Gloriana, the queen’s barge and the head of the pageant, leaving from the pier. The boat took position at the top of the pier early in the morning before the rowing crew boarded to much applause from the waiting crowds.  Among the 18 rowers were Sir Matthew Pinsent, Sir Steve Redgrave and injured servicemen.

Several large passenger boats also departed from Imperial Wharf with lots of VIPs on board including mayor Boris Johnson, Prince Edward and Karen Brady.

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Imperial Wharf Marina Trade Preview

Chris Livett, Waterman to HM Queen and Director of Imperial Wharf Marina Ltd, commented: "We are very proud to have opened this landmark facility at Imperial Wharf. London is fantastic from the river and we look forward to facilitating river commuter services from Imperial Wharf in the future and for boat owners to enjoy the freedom the new marina will provide at any time of tide."

Located on the banks of one of the most sought after stretches of the River Thames ‘Imperial Wharf’ is London’s latest prestigious riverside development. There is secure public parking next to the marina which also has excellent public transport links with a brand new London Overland Station, one stop from Clapham Junction.





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Central London's latest exclusive marina facility providing leisure boat owners with a safe and secure location to moor their craft that is not tidally restricted.

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Imperial Wharf is set in its own riverside park on one of the most sought after stretches of the River Thames


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