During the evening guests can enjoy the spectacularly lit, ever changing views of London, whilst on a summer afternoon the extensive sun decks are the ideal place to soak up the rays with a drink in your hand. If you are unsure which vessel is most suitable for your function please see below, or use our quick reference guide to help.
10% discount on boat hire for all promoters who have successfully qualified in the BIIAB Professional Award for Music Promoters*
We regularly interview our club promoters regarding their up coming events on our vessels, for the latest interview click here.
2 decks, 240 people, lots of flexibility... With a bar on each level you can either have the sounds pumping on the upper deck, with the lower saloon used more as a chill out area, or have two independent rooms of music. The DJs are happy in their enclosed DJ box on the upper level, and their proximity to the huge sun deck means this is often used as an extension of the dance floor.
Alternatively some promoters prefer the main music downstairs with upstairs used as the chill out. We're easy, whatever you think is best, although we have lots of experience and are more than happy to advise how to get the best out of your function.
Sound system wise we have a top notch rig you can hire, with CD-Js as standard and 1210's that can be added at no additional charge (we just need to know before the party so we can get them hitched up for you), however if you prefer to bring on your own gear then that's fine too.
Similar in layout to the Golden Jubilee, Golden Flame is however slightly different. Every club promoter has their favourite (I'm not telling you which mine is though....)
Upstairs is the mobile DJ booth with the same CD-Js and 1210s as the Golden Jubilee (gotta keep those DJs happy...), there's also a bespoke bar, dance floor and of course the spacious sun deck for summer afternoons or the die hard smokers. Again many promoters choose to use this level as the main music room and leave the lower saloon as the chill out area. But with a second bar downstairs you could easily have a second music room and double the dancing.
The Golden Sunrise is also spread over two decks. With no fixed furniture her upper deck lends itself to being the main focus of the function. A great space in which DJ's can play and people can dance, spilling out through the full width glass door onto the generously sized sundeck. Downstairs the fully carpeted lower saloon lends itself to a chill out area, with seating towards the front and throughout the bar area.
She is a little smaller than the Golden Jubilee and Golden Flame and as such we recommend her for functions of up to 200 passenger which is of course reflected in her hire rates. Her licence, however, does allow her to carry 240 passegners which we can accomodate should you wish.
Royal Wedding Boat Party onboard the Golden Sunrise April 2011
With thanks to SmartiePartie.com
See the Golden Flame in action in March 2010!
With thanks to Nathan Viva of Viva Voyagez
All vessels are available for afternoon functions between midday and 6pm, or evening functions from 7pm to 1am. We are also able to make additional stops to accommodate any DJs who can’t stay onboard for the whole function (although additional charges may apply).
Because of their unrivalled reputation (hey we can't help word of mouth) the Golden Jubilee, Golden Flame and Golden Sunrise get booked up months in advance, so please contact us immediately with provisional dates you require to avoid disappointment. Provisional dates can be held for 7 days free of charge, after which time we require a 25% deposit to secure the date. You can view our full terms here.
*10% discount for BIIAB Professional Award for Music Promoters cannot be redeemed in conjunction with any other offer.
If you are still unsure which boat is best for your function then you may find our quick reference guide useful.Quick reference guide
All the promoters, DJs and punters of the Take It 2 The Bridge Soundsystem would without doubt recommend CPB crew for any party on the river. Bez, TI2TB, March 2010
The sound system is spot on (and) let's not forget the massive sun deck for the hot June afternoon. Chris, EXiT on the Thames, May 2009