15% Off GoBoat This Weekend

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Paddington Basin, London: A family onboard a GoBoat enjoying a picnic with teddy bears in tow. To celebrate Picnic Week (19th – 26th June), eco-electric picnic boat company GoBoat is encouraging families to have their own Teddy Bear Picnic and spend a day on the capital's waters. Guests can enjoy 15% off throughout Picnic Week using code ‘TEDDYBEAR’ at checkout.

Celebrate picnic week by taking your teddy on a floating picnic this weekend with GoBoat London

Paddington Basin, London

If you go down to the woods today, or the river, you’ll find a fantastic offer from GoBoat to celebrate picnic week. The eco-friendly boat company GoBoat is offering guests 15% off bookings across all UK locations when they bring along their favourite teddy bear for the ride.

Guests sailing until 26th June are encouraged to bring their hampers and baskets full of goodies along with their best fur pals for an epic teddy bear picnic on the water. To redeem the 15% discount, customers need to visit the GoBoat website and enter the code TEDDYBEAR at checkout to get savings of up to £27 on trips sailed during National Picnic Week.

Not booked in but want to enjoy picnic week? Have no fear, as guests who arrive between 20th-26th June with a teddy bear in hand or say the codeword ‘TEDDYBEAR’ will receive 15% off on the spot, as well as a free captain’s hat for their ride.

Each GoBoat comes complete with a central picnic table making it the perfect social setting for alfresco nibbles or even a glass of prosecco in the sunshine*. The self-drive boating experience offers guests one, two, or three-hour trips in its electric picnic boats seven days a week, with bookings starting from 9AM every day. 

GoBoat Canary Wharf:

Begin your voyage from Bellmouth Passage, relish the freedom to explore the beautiful London Docklands and look up at the spectacular architecture. For 2 or 3-hour boat rides, why not treat yourself to a picnic.

GoBoat London (Paddington):

Your journey begins at Merchant Square, head east on the vibrant Regent’s Canal through Little Venice, the 249 metre Maida Hill Tunnel, Regent’s Park and London Zoo to Camden Lock.

GoBoat Kingston: 

From the Riverside Walk mooring next to Kington Road Bridge, you can charter your own electric picnic boat upriver past Hampton Court Palace to Molesey Lock, and downriver to Teddington Lock.

GoBoat Brindleyplace:  

Located at The Water’s Edge, Birmingham B1 2HL, alongside Brindleyplace and opposite the ICC and Utilita Arena, look out for historic landmarks like the ‘roundabout’ at the Old Turn Junction and the former wharves and houses at Gas Street before you reach the modern architecture of the Cube and Mailbox. Travelling west, discover modern housing at Port Loop and Soho Loop as the Mainline canal cuts through a number of meandering older canals in a mile long straight.

GoBoat London (Paddington):

Your journey begins at Merchant Square, head east on the vibrant Regent’s Canal through Little Venice, the 249 metre Maida Hill Tunnel, Regent’s Park and London Zoo to Camden Lock.

GoBoat Kingston: 

From the Riverside Walk mooring next to Kington Road Bridge, you can charter your own electric picnic boat upriver past Hampton Court Palace to Molesey Lock, and downriver to Teddington Lock.

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