From now until the end of the Olympics, London will have a fleet of tall ships on the River Thames.
A flotilla of ships will be moored at Woolwich for the duration of the Olympic Games.
People can pay to go onboard and cruise down the Thames from Greenwich to Tower Bridge and back to Woolwich.
With the London Olympic Games as the backdrop, the ships will depart from Royal Arsenal Pier, sailing past landmarks including the O2, Canary Wharf and historic Maritime Greenwich.
The cruises are two hours long and will run five times a day, and there is even a sunset cruise.