47,800 tonne cruise ship weaves its way down the River Thames
The Viking Star cruise ship made its maiden voyage along the River Thames, passing Barratt London’s Enderby Wharf development on 12 May.
The elegant boutique state-of-the-art ship, created by bespoke architects and designers, accommodates every need from an extravagant glass infinity pool to a snow infused grotto.
Barratt London’s Enderby Wharf development, which sits on London’s riverbank and neighbours Greenwich, features ultimate views of the river and London’s iconic attractions. The area is known for its rich pioneering heritage, and Enderby Wharf will become a vibrant new development in Greenwich, particularly with the site selected to play host to London's first international cruise liner terminal, due for completion in 2017.
The marketing suite team were able to watch in delight as the nine-deck passenger ship hugged its way through the Thames Barrier and past London landmarks including Canary Wharf, the O2 Arena, and Greenwich's Royal Naval College. Weighing nearly half-a-million tonne, the ship accommodates 930 passengers.
The cruise liner anchored overnight in Greenwich before it continued its journey to the Norwegian city of Bergen.
Enderby Wharf sits in an unrivalled position in Greenwich with west-facing views to the city and Canary Wharf. Once completed there will be 770 studios, one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses, each with at least one balcony or terrace. You can buy with only 5% deposit with Help to Buy, and you can move in by summer.