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Swinging London

London has barely slept for 2,000 years. The city that showcased Shakespeare and soccer only pauses to eat, drink and shop. Arriving by superyacht? Allow Y.CO to open Tower Bridge just for you. Your charter specialist can book a Rolls-Royce and a Blue Badge guide to explore swinging London, from John Lennon’s house to tea at the Ritz. Buckingham Palace can also be enjoyed during a private viewing.

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London Strolls

Harrods and Hyde Park are landmark London sights. Yet what was once the world’s biggest city has experiences to satisfy every generation and goal. Need some ideas? Kick a football at Wembley Stadium. Sail a Laser on the River Thames. Walk on top of the Millennium Dome. Race a RIB to the Houses of Parliament. Your Y.CO charter specialist can arrange seamless entry to and from your yacht to all.

The Thames

England’s longest river tells London's story. Lucky guests might spot a Roman coin or Victorian pottery shimmering in the shallows. The best way to see the city is from the water. Paddle your charter yacht’s kayaks past the Tate Modern, Millennium Dome and Tower Bridge. Or attempt a night paddle, with lamps on your kayak, to St Paul's Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament. As one parliamentarian remarked: "The Thames is liquid history".

You Can Drive A Mini

The Mini remains London’s most-loved vehicle. Not least as it can squeeze into a Knightsbridge parking space. Famous owners included Enzo Ferrari and Steve McQueen. (Not to mention Mr Bean.) The Mini Cooper S was the super-speedy version that won the Monte Carlo Rallye. Ask your Y.CO charter specialist about racing one of these classic cars around London’s streets. The best drives whizz down The Mall, see Banksy graffiti, then pause in a London pub.

Buckingham Palace

‘Buck House’ is the beating heart of the British psyche. A memory bank for royal weddings, national mourning and six seasons of The Crown. Its art repository - the Royal Collection - runs to one million pieces and is the largest in the world.  Buckingham Palace opens in summer for private tours. Check out the Throne Room, the Ballroom and part of the Royal Collection. It’s royally gorgeous.