Thursday, 19 June 2014

RIB Voyages Amazing Ticket Giveaway

A few weeks ago, we were lucky enough to be invited aboard the RIB Voyages to take a tour of the River Thames - James Bond style.
The orange speed boats are accessible from Boarding Gate One on The London Eye Millenium Pier, In the Southbank area of London. As soon as you walk down the pier, the excitement starts.

Here is the previous post summer-staycation-6-rib-voyages.. We loved every minute of it and the people that worked on the boat were welcoming, funny and friendly. Two weeks later and Tilly is still talking about the experience!

When we first got on the boat. we were treated to 'Greatest Day' By Take That, and London RIB Voyages would like to offer you 2 free tickets to try the experience yourself and have your own 'Greatest Day'

This really is a tour not to be missed if you are visiting London and you get 60 minutes of pure adrenalin, fun and excitement, as well as some comedy from the people running the tour.

You are given a life jacket each and if the weather is cold or windy they will even supply you with a fleece top for the journey. As you can see from the video, it is an amazing experience and even better that it is suitable for people of all ages (except those with back injuries and that are pregnant). I took Tilly and she is four years old and she loved every moment of it!

We have a competition for 2 tickets and you can Buy Additional tickets here . You get to see the London differently from the Thames and would make a perfect gift for somebody, or spoil yourself and have a fab day out. You can also buy gift vouchers for birthdays/ christmas.

To enter the competition is easy, just follow the rafflecopter instructions and you can enter everyday.
This prize comes directly from the Company and you will have 28 days from the day it is announced and your contacted to claim the prize.

Good luck everyone
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