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Sober & Social Boat Cruise

  • Little Venice Maida Avenue London, England, W2 1ST United Kingdom (map)

Come and join the Sober & Social boat cruise on Sunday 21st July!

We will be cruising along the Grand Union and Regents Canal in the Little Venice area. The two hour route will usually include the Regent's Canal through Maida Vale, Maida Hill Tunnel, Lisson Grove, Regent's Park and London Zoo to Camden and back to end in Little Venice. The cruise lasts for 2 hours.

Please feel free to bring your own food and drink for the day!

We will be leaving promtly at 2:30pm so please arrive around 2:00pm!

I look forward to seeing you on board!

Emily Syphas (Founder, Sober & Social)


How to get there:


Come to Warwick Avenue tube station on the Bakerloo Line. Walk 3 minutes UP Warwick Avenue, away from the church, to the traffic lights at Warwick Avenue Bridge. Cross Warwick Avenue to the right. You will see the boat on the canal below, without crossing the bridge but there's access to the towpath from either side of Warwick Avenue bridge.


Paddington Station has its own exit to the canal towpath and its well signposted from the main station areas, but if you arrive by train then leave the platforms by the stairs near the centre of the train instead of the main concourse at the front of the train. Turn right and follow the signs to the canal and Hammersmith and City Line station. Just before the H&C you will see the steps and lift up to the towpath. Exit the station and turn left and follow signs to Little Venice - keep walking for about 5 minutes, passing Starbucks to the left and the towpath leads into the main pool area of Little Venice. Lady A is on the opposite side of the canal so you can see us, and simply keep walking to cross the bridge by The Waterside Cafe in order to reach us. About 10 minutes walk altogether from Paddington. DO NOT CROSS THE CANAL AT STARBUCKS or you will end up on the wrong side of the canal and face a long detour!


LadyA has basic toilet facilities onboard. There are also public toilets in Little Venice (Rembrandt Gardens) and Camden Lock Market.