Transport on the Regent's Canal
|Locale||London, England, UK|
|Transit type||Waterbus services|
|Operator||Jason's Canal Boat Trips
London Water bus Company
|No. of lines||1|
|No. of vessels||Narrowboats:
Jason's - 1
Jenny Wren - 1
London Waterbus Co. - 4
|No. of terminals||3|
Transport on the Regent's Canal includes a number of water transit services which run along the Regent's Canal in London, England, UK. Several privately owned boat companies operate services which are open to the public, providing both leisure cruises and regular scheduled "water bus" services along the canal between Little Venice, London Zoo and Camden Lock.
The boat companies running services include the London Waterbus Company, the Jenny Wren and Jason's Canal Boat Trips. The companies operate on the canal under licence from British Waterways, and are run independently of other London public transport services and there for cannot use Oyster Cards on theses services.
The London Waterbus Company has a fleet of four traditional canal barges or narrowboats which have been converted to carry passengers as a water bus service. Three of the vessels are of historic interest and are noted on the National Register of Historic Ships.
The London Waterbus Company runs scheduled water bus services run all year round, with an hourly service running daily during the spring and summer months (April–September). In the autumn the company runs a reduced service four days a week, and in winter there is a weekend service only. They also provide charter hire services and regular day-long trips along the Regent's Canal to the Limehouse Basin, and on the Grand Union Canal.
The Jenny Wren operates a similar route, offering a scheduled pleasure cruise service from Camden Lock to Little Venice and back with a tour guide. During the winter months, the boat is available for private hire only.
Jason's Trip has operated public trips from Little Venice to Camden since 1951. Jason operates from the first weekend in April to the first weekend in November.
The Floating Boater, based at the Waterside Cafe in Little Venice, operate two private charter boats, bookable in advance. Lapwing is a historic narrowboat built in 1913 and The Prince Regent is purpose built especially for entertaining in Edwardian style and launched in 1990.