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A five star luxury experience in London's prestigious East End, courtesy of

This luxury yacht is moored in St Katherine's Docks - a perfect hideaway for the Olympics.

As the Diamond Jubilee approaches and with the Olympics and Paralympics not far behind, London will be manic this summer.

For those who want to escape the various festivities this season and avoid the inevitable transport issues, there is an opulent way to escape – in the form of a luxury yacht moored in London’s prestigious St. Katherine’s Docks!

This 5 star yacht has five magnificent bedrooms, and a bathroom with bespoke furniture gracing each of the rooms on board – great for parties and events.

Guests can also take advantage of the sun with the vessel’s numerous sun decks and rooftop terrace and can stay connected to the outside world with wireless internet and TV.

At £4286 per night, home rental company, is offering holiday makers the chance to ‘hideaway’ in this sumptuous yacht - the perfect retreat for those who want to escape with friends, but in style.

This is a luxury experience that will make you feel like the King – or Queen – of the world!

A unique experience on a luxury yacht in London:

About Wimdu
Wimdu is a social accommodation community that brings together travellers and hosts from around the world to enable consumers worldwide to travel like a local.

Wimdu enables hosts to generate additional income on their spare rooms, while guests can search for a room and a rate that suits them. The site lists a range of over 50,000 properties internationally across over 100 countries with everything from boltholes in Berlin to English castles.

Wimdu was founded in 2011 by serial entrepreneurs Hinrich Dreiling and Arne Bleckwenn who wanted to harness social media to transform the way consumers are travelling worldwide. Wimdu’s Managing Director in the UK, Karim Hardane, manages a team of over 30 and lists over 3,000 properties nationwide.

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