Service Changes - Uber Boat by Thames Clippers

Last updated: Friday 24 March 2023

Timetable from Monday 3 April 2023

Please be aware that from Monday 3 April 2023 there will be some changes to our current weekday timetable. These changes will allow us to improve service punctuality over the Easter holiday and leading up to summer.

The weekend timetable is not changing.

Changes to the weekday timetable:

New: RBS

To help provide additional service capacity over Easter, we are introducing a temporary RBS service. These special sailings will operate on weekdays over the Easter break (excluding bank holidays) from Monday 3 April to Friday 14 April, calling at Greenwich, Tower, London Bridge City and Westminster piers.


  • The 07:45 Westbound from Barking Riverside will now go as far as Battersea Power Station Pier
  • The 08:05 Westbound from Barking Riverside will now go as far as Westminster Pier
  • An additional Eastbound RB1 sailing has been added in the morning, departing Battersea Power Station Pier at 09:07
  • Minor adjustments to departure times throughout the day


  • No changes


  • The 08:53 Westbound service from Canary Wharf Pier will no longer stop at Embankment Pier

Please check the timetable before travelling.

Remember, we operate to the weekend timetable on bank holidays.

Timetable from 3 April

Other service changes

Preferred sailing

By popular demand, we’re bringing back this initiative, currently on trial at staffed piers during weekday evening commuter hours (4-7pm). If you’re a weekly, monthly or annual season ticket holder, please make yourself known to staff and we’ll do our best to get you on your preferred sailing. More on this to come!

Find out more about commuting by river

Travelling from Tower Pier

From Monday 27 March, services will move to the upper end of the pier with vessels departing from berths C and D, so customers will be using the upper brow to access our boarding points. Staff will be at hand to help during the usual times of course (currently 9.30am-7pm). Please approach vessels as they arrive outside of staffed hours. The move enables us to moor two vessels simultaneously and give us greater waiting space to deliver a better service to our passengers in a key central location.