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Old 13 August 2018, 21:08   #1
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London 10/28/18

Hello all,

I looked for the "right" section but decided this was the spot as I wanted to cast a wide net.

I am looking for an operator for a round trip transfer from downtown London out to Wembley Stadium for the NFL match October 28th. Will work with the driver to figure out the departure point and am thinking the Kew Bridge might be closest drop off. Looking for a round trip experience for two. Anyone available and just a little thirsty? Anyone have thoughts on a better way to do this?

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Old 14 August 2018, 01:56   #2
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Hiya ,
Perhaps just a little more info please ? What do you call downtown London ? Speed restrictions on the Thames are a major problem for private ribbers , and Wembley does not lend itself to " river transport " . If you google Thames Rib Rides you will find several operators , some of whom will actually offer a charter service of sorts to certain destinations along Central London . These guys are allowed to speed where others cannot ! Someone may come up with an offer but you may be better of not " confusing " a pleasure trip with a travel plan to such a venue ? Good Luck . Bern .
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Do you think he might be just after a car lift?
He wants to go from downtown London (sic) to Wembly Stadium.
Don't suppose the two are connected by water although I have been known to be wrong before.
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Probably the best people to approach is Thames Rib Experiences or TRE.

They were one of the first RIB operators on the Thames and would be the best option for you. Their website is www.thamesribexperience.com.

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