About Imperial Wharf Marina
Imperial Wharf Marina is a prestigious non-residential mooring facility that embodies the pinnacle of luxury and security on the River Thames
We are set in an enviable location in the heart of London in our own riverside park. This tranquil oasis amid the bustling cityscape provides the perfect backdrop for an unrivalled experience on the river.
We take your security extremely seriously
Imperial Wharf Marina is wholly committed to ensuring your safety and peace of mind during your stay with us. Steps we have taken to help safeguard both you and your vessel includes:
A resident Pier Master
We are proud to have a highly experienced Pier Master, Glyn Richmond, based on-site, which is extremely rare for mooring facilities on the River Thames. Glyn is always at your service, offering expert guidance and assistance to make your stay seamless from start to finish.
24/7 CCTV and gate security
We keep a watchful eye on your vessel and the marina’s surroundings with state-of-the-art CCTV surveillance and a secure restricted access gate.
Hourly security patrols
The perimeter of the marina is patrolled hourly by vigilant security personnel, providing an added layer of protection.
We’ve played a starring role in history
We may have only opened our doors in 2011, but it didn’t take long for us to make our mark on the River Thames.
In 2012, Imperial Wharf Marina played a pivotal role in a momentous occasion: the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s 60 years on the throne. We were a focal point as Gloriana, The Queen’s Rowbarge and the head of the Pageant, left from our pier.
The barge 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 carrying esteemed VIPs such as Mayor Boris Johnson, Prince Edward, Victoria Cross Holders, and Karen Brady, also departed from Imperial Wharf Marina.
Following the conclusion of the Pageant, the entire Royal Family, other than The Queen, disembarked at our pier.
We remain immensely honoured to have played a part in this iconic moment of British history.