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The Pleasure Yacht - Exclusive Luxury Yacht Accommodation

The Pleasure Yacht. West India Quay. London. £5,774 (3 nights)
5 Luxury Bedrooms sleeps 10. (3 double rooms and 2 twin rooms all en suite with Plasma TV's).
1900 sq/ft of pure luxury, The Pleasure Yacht is an exclusive accommodation full of luxurious private space, just look at our photos.
Moored in the iconic Thames West India Quay adjacent to the Marriott Hotel, just a trot over the footbridge and your close to one of Londons largest shopping centres full of designer boutiques and many gourmet restaurants and nice bars. Without doubt one of London’s most exclusive accommodation for lavish parties.
The yacht has 5 luxurious stately en-suite bedrooms, a large fully equiped TV, DVD and Bose sound lounge and bar for guest relaxation plus 3 large rooftop terraces and sun balconies to relax or party. The sound system can be linked to ipads and phones.
Relax or party on your own exclusive private luxury yacht.
Fresh linen, clean towels, slippers, bottled water and toiletries are provided.
A chef can be booked to cook food in the kitchen or the BBQ
Great for
Birthday Parties
Engagement Parties
Hen/Stag Nights
Wedding Receptions
Dinner Parties
Cocktail Parties
Christmas Parties

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West India Quay is a waterfront area located in the London Docklands, in the east of London, England. It is located on the north bank of the River Thames, about 2 miles east of the city center. The area is named after the West India Docks, which were a group of docks that were used to import goods such as sugar, tobacco, and rum from the West Indies. The docks were built in the early 19th century and were an important part of London's trade and industry. West India Quay is now a popular destination for tourists, with a number of attractions such as the Museum of London Docklands and the West India Quay DLR station located in the area. The waterfront at West India Quay has been regenerated in recent years and is now home to a mix of residential, commercial, and leisure developments.
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