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Celebrate Nelson's Historic Battle with Catamaran Cruises

Celebrate Trafalgar Weekend (21 to 23 October 2005) and the Bicentenary of the Battle of Trafalgar with Catamaran Cruisers’ Museum Pass, which includes entry to the special ‘Nelson and Napoléon’ exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, plus one day’s unlimited travel on the River Thames.

The exhibition, which is open daily between 10am and 5pm until 13 November 2005, explores the lives of Nelson and Napoleon and showcases one of the most significant sea battles in history. 

Catamaran Cruisers’ Museum Pass costs £16.50 per adult and £7 per child (aged 5-16, children under five are free) and includes a full day’s travel on all point-to-point cruisers on the Thames, as well as entrance to the exhibition.   For more information, visit www.catamarancruisers.co.uk or call 020 7987 1185.

Cruise services operate between Embankment, Waterloo, Bankside, Tower and Greenwich piers between 10am and 6.30pm, seven days a week. 

Catamaran Cruisers also offers point-to-point sightseeing cruises between attractions such as the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Vinopolis, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London. Single or return cruises with full commentary are available.  Discounts apply for groups, seniors, students and disabled passengers.

For more information visit www.catamarancruisers.co.uk or call 020 7987 1185.

Catamaran Cruisers is London’s leading riverboat operator offering affordable sightseeing cruises on the Thames, and also features luxury restaurant cruises brand, Bateaux London. For more information see www.bateauxlondon.com.

Both Bateaux London and Catamaran Cruisers are part of the Sodexho Prestige division, the UK’s largest event caterer and provider of Corporate hospitality.

In addition to London river cruises, Bateaux London also operates sightseeing and luxury restaurant cruises in New York and Paris.