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The colourful history of people who lived
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Dock2Dock Swim
13 July 2019

The iconic swim
race is back

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Forgotten Stories

Forgotten Stories – the Ronan Point explosion

The shocking events of the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017 immediately brought back vivid memories of the Ronan Point tower block explosion. Next month marks the 50th anniversary of the accident, which killed four people and injured 17 more. read more…

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Sunday Movie Club at the Sunborn

Sunday Movie Club at the Sunborn

Join the most famous movie club in London for ‘The Best of British’ – Traditional Afternoon Tea with Laurent Perrier Tasting and a Movie for only £50pp at The Sunborn London superyacht hotel in the Royal Victoria Dock read more…

Predator Adventures


On 28 January RoDMA gave one months’ notice to Predator Adventures to terminate its operation in the Royal Docks.  This was for various reasons, but ultimately after a year of Predator Adventures operating in the Docks it became clear that the negative impact of their operation on RoDMA, other licensed water users and residents far outweighed the positives.  Following termination, this gave them up until the 28th of February to either honour bookings for the month or reimburse customers.

It is now apparent that Predator Adventures have ceased operating in the Docks completely, so we would advise that you do not arrive at Royal Victoria Dock for your Seabreacher experience and instead contact them on info@predatoradventures.com to discuss rebooking with them or claiming your money back.

Please note that RoDMA are a separate organisation and are unable to help you with your cancelled booking or to receive reimbursement.


Many thanks,

Royal Docks Management Authority Ltd.


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London’s Royal Docks

The Royal Docks are London’s unique and historic water space – some four kilometres long, the equivalent of walking from Oxford Circus to Bank. They were once the largest enclosed docks in the world and today the 250 acres of water provide a spectacular setting for the area’s transformation into a vibrant 21st century destination to live, work and play. It’s never been easier to get here – and few areas of London can boast of a more dramatic method of transportation than the Emirates Air Line across the river Thames.
London’s Royal Docks are home to a host of attractions, events and activities, all centred around the water. The heritage and history of the area plays an all-important part in the continuing story of the docks. It’s that combination of old and new that makes this place so special, as communities grow, new restaurants, cafés and bars open and the calendar of activities gets busier with each month. Welcome to London’s Royals Docks. We hope you enjoy your time here.