Climb aboard a permanently moored 1927 luxury steam yacht for two courses from a seasonal menu, accompanied by a glass of Italian wine
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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £21 for a two-course lunch with Prosecco for one (up to 51% off)
- £42 for a two-course lunch with Prosecco for two (up to 51% off)
Starters may include: smoked haddock chowder with bacon crisps | goats cheese with rainbow beetroot red velvet, fig and green chilli jam (v) | terrine de canard with gooseberry jam | cauliflower with blue cheese soup and crushed walnuts
Mains may include: wild mushroom with fresh black truffle risotto (v) | roasted pork belly with spring onion mash, caramelised rainbow peppers and balsamic honey | seabass fillet with saffron potato, samphire, baby brown shrimp, lemon and mint beurre blanc | wild rabbit roulade with crispy chicken skin, leek, smoked garlic puree and toasted hazelnuts
- Includes a glass of Prosecco or Durello Spumante Brut wine per person
See the full menu.
The Fine Print
Valid 5 Jan - 30 Jun 2019. Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Booking required online at https://theyachtlondon.com/lunch3/ at least 48 hours in advance; provide Groupon code. Present Groupon on arrival. 48-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID for alcohol. Valid for a starter up to the value of £9.50, a main up to the value of £25 and a glass of wine up to the value of £8 per person. Valid Tue-Fri midday-3pm. Max. party size: six people. Max table time is two hours. An alcoholic drink can be changed for a non-alcoholic option. No access for disabled available. The vessel does not cruise. Excludes bank holidays. Valid for option purchased only. Verified using our merchant's website on 20 Dec 2018.
About The Yacht London
Now moored in Central London, leisure ship The Yacht London has had a long and colourful life. Born over 90 years ago as a survey steam vessel, it was fitted with guns and manned by the Navy during the Second World War. In 1946 it was given a luxury refit and new calling as a VIP cruise ship, entertaining such heads of state as King Faisal of Saudi Arabia and Winston Churchill, who smoked one of his cigars on the top deck. In 2008 it was restored to its former glory in a £1 million project as a floating event venue. Located a short distance from the Houses of Parliament with sweeping views of Southbank, the ship has four main areas over three decks including a top deck terrace and roof garden, Art Deco cocktail lounge and restaurant. Holding a 3 a.m. events license, all decks can be hired out for parties of up to 250 guests.