Powerboats /River Thames Clay Pigeon Shooting
Clay Pigeon Shooting on the Thames
Join us in the heart of central London to shoot clay pigeons from the decks of one of the country’s most important historical boats, now gleaming following an extensive refit.
This beautiful 85’ Motor Yacht, former flagship of the Port of London Authority, was used to carry the coffin of Sir Winston Churchill during his state funeral in 1965 – the last state funeral to take place in the UK.
Large sheltered aft deck
The Yacht has a comfortable saloon but the main feature is the large open aft deck, perfect for viewing, with smart seating and a substantial awning giving shelter from both sun and rain when required.
Join us at St.Katherine’s pier by Tower Bridge for a cruise down the river and through the Thames Barrier to the shooting area at Thamesmead.
All perfectly legal!
It seems improbable that we can use 12 gauge shotguns and other weapons including a blunderbuss to shoot clays, but this is all perfectly legal!
The expert instructor will help you improve your performance, add a little competition to the proceedings and give a fascinating account of the various weapons brought along for you to use.
The chef will serve delicious hot food prepared on the Yacht. Enjoy a selection of canapés and then two hot main courses made easy to eat by being served in individual Japanese style bowls!
The River Thames Clay Shoot may be run as a half or full day event.