Route Map - Uber Boat by Thames Clippers

Our routes

Uber Boat by Thames Clippers stops at 24 piers along the Thames between Barking Riverside Pier in the East and Putney Pier in the West. Services run from early in the morning until late at night 7 days a week.

Like the tube, the river is divided into zones: West, Central and East. Your ticket must be valid for all the zones you travel through. For instance, if you are travelling between Embankment and North Greenwich piers you will need a Central and East ticket.

All our boats and piers are wheelchair and pram accessible except for Cadogan, London Bridge City and Wandsworth Riverside Quarter piers. You can even bring your bike on board at no extra cost.

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Make time yours. Use your travel time the way you really want.

Fast and convenient

Avoid the rush-hour hassle and take to the river. Make time yours! With a guaranteed seat and personal space, what are you going to do with your time? Catch up on emails, call a friend or read a book? Perhaps just enjoy the views?

Departure Pier Destination Pier Travel time
Putney Blackfriars 54 minutes
Battersea Power Station London Bridge City 37 minutes
Tower Greenwich 23 minutes
North Greenwich Blackfriars 44 minutes
Royal Wharf North Greenwich 4 minutes
Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) Canary Wharf 32 minutes
RB1 - Central & East Zones

RB1, our main route, operates from early in the morning until late at night 7 days a week. Travel through London between London Eye (Waterloo) and North Greenwich piers. At morning and evening peak times RB1 also calls at Barking Riverside, Woolwich (Royal Arsenal), Royal Wharf, Vauxhall (St George Wharf) and Battersea Power Station. Please check the timetable before travelling.

RB2 - Central & East Zones

Travel every day between Battersea Power Station and Greenwich piers. Off peak direct link. Our RB2 service connects Tate Britain at Millbank Pier and Tate Modern at Bankside Pier, the easiest way to travel Tate to Tate. Other stops include Vauxhall (St George Wharf) and London Bridge City piers. During weekends, RB2 also calls at North Greenwich Pier. The last two eastbound sailings of the day on Saturdays extend even further to Royal Wharf, Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) and Barking Riverside piers. Please check the timetable before travelling.

RB4 - East Zone

The RB4 Canary Wharf to Doubletree Docklands ferry service provides regular river crossings between Canary Wharf and Rotherhithe.

RB6 - Central & West Zones

The RB6 operates weekdays during morning and evening peak times between Putney and Canary Wharf. RB6 regularly calls at Embankment, Blackfriars and London Bridge City piers but does not stop at all piers along its route; please check the timetable before travelling.