Rum on the River LONDON - 15th October 4pm - 7pm

Rum on the River LONDON - 15th October 4pm - 7pm

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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Pontoon on the Canel

Olympic Stadium Stratford Station


E20 2ST

United Kingdom

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A 3 hour cruise around the Olympic Park and East London Canal Network, while sipping Rum. Starting from the Olympic Stadium.

About this event

A 3 hour cruise around the Olympic Park, Hackney Wick and East London Canal Network. Starting from the Pontoon for the Lee and Stort Boat company next to the Olympic Stadium and Returning to this point.

Follow signs for Westfield Shopping Centre, pass through 'The Street' and then follow the signs towards the Park. When crossing the bridge over the canal from Shopping center side to the Stadium, look to the right and you will see the Lee and Stort boats moored with Swan Pedalo's. We are here.

Within this Canal Boat setting we will present 4 Rums neat for tasting, and we will discuss the story behind each one and what creates that Rum's unique taste and history, these will be provided as neat samples, with Mixers on the table to mix as we cruise around the East London Canal network.

When boarding we will wet your pallet with a refreshing Rum Cocktail, then final hour or so of the cruise on our return to the Pontoon will be the chance to try another Rum Cocktails. 

Each customer will have 4 neat Rums with optional mixers and 2 Rum Cocktails. All drinks are served in our custom Rum glasses which are for patrons to keep as a souvenir. 

We set off from the Lee and Stort Boat Pontoon which is next to the Olympic Stadium, at 1600 sharp and return at 1900.

Food is not provided on the cruise, however patrons can bring snacks and nibbles, there are also some wonderful bars and pubs serving food around the Westfield Shopping center.

Join us for a our RUM cruise sipping and learning a little more about Rums from around the UK and the world.


We set sail at 1600 and return at 1900


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