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Greenwich Pier closure

Greenwich Pier will be closed for maintenance the following days:

  • Monday, 19th February 2018: from 0930 until end of the day
  • Tuesday, 20th February 2018: closed all day

Normal service will resume Wednesday, 21st February 2018.

  • Tuesday, 27th February 2018: from 0930 until end of the day
  • Wednesday, 28th February 2018: closed all day

Normal service will resume Thursday, 1st March 2018.

Our last sailings from Greenwich Pier on 19th and 27th February 2018 will be:

  • 0926 RB1 Westbound
  • 0927 RB1 Eastbound

The nearest alternative pier is Masthouse Terrace, accessed via the Greenwich Foot Tunnel. All MBNA Thames Clippers services that would usually call at Greenwich Pier during this closure will stop at Masthouse Terrace Pier.

Additionally, during this period, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) will accept MBNA Thames Clippers tickets between Mudchute and Greenwich.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused during this closure.

Follow us on Twitter @thamesclippers for latest service information.


Barrier closure

There is a planned barrier closure on Tuesday 20th February between 0930 – 1200. RB1 services will be unable to call at Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) pier during the closure.

The following services will be affected:

The 0840 RB1 eastbound service from Battersea Power Station Pier will terminate at North Greenwich Pier at 0935

The 0950 RB1 westbound service from Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) Pier will start from North Greenwich Pier at 0958.

We’re sorry for any inconvenience caused


Twitter updates

For the most up to date information on our services please check our Twitter page @thamesclippers

Our fleet control update Twitter with delay information using TfL’s wording for delays. “Minor” refers to delays between 5-15 minutes. “Severe” refers to delays that are over 15 minutes. When a service is suspended between two piers this means that the service is not running at that time between the piers mentioned.

As delays on the river can be caused by a number of factors including pier congestion, passenger demand, tides and sometimes technical problems with the vessels, we always appreciate your patience while we manage the matter. We cannot always give a specific reason for each individual delay nor can our fleet control respond to individual tweets asking about the arrival time of your service.


Fog conditions

In extreme fog our services cannot operate, see more. Please check Twitter for latest updates.


Service Updates 

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