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Address: 5, Crane St, Greenwich, London, SE10 9NP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1196) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest DLR stations Cutty Sark (0.3 miles), Island Gardens (0.4 miles), Mudchute (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Maze Hill (0.3 miles), Greenwich (0.7 miles), Westcombe Park (1 mile)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 65 users)
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Trafalgar Tavern, Greenwich (0.0 miles), Star and Garter, Greenwich (0.1 miles), Cutty Sark Tavern, Greenwich (0.2 miles), Plume of Feathers, Greenwich (0.2 miles), Hardys Freehouse, Greenwich (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Yacht, Greenwich

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5 most recent reviews of 67 shown - see all reviews

TOOOO expensive. Pint of Sambrookes Junction, £4.80. Not too many people in on a Friday night. I wonder Why? 10% discount for Camra members brings the pint down but still over £4. moved on to The Plume of Feathers.
rpf1955 - 29 Aug 2015 16:22
Went in for a few beers on the 20th june the place was buzzing ,a really great atmosphere the Maltese landlord really seems too have turned this pub around . A very well done sir,keep it up. After going into the Trafalgar we wished we had stayed in here. So will you. This pub is now back in our top 5 pubs in Greenwich
gpca - 28 Jun 2015 16:16
Again another Greenwich pub i have been meaning to go into for years.
Very busy due to the firework display on the river. Getting served was a chore, but just after i sat down the bar cleared, it was then i saw the Camra 10% discount sign, alas to late. It would have bought my Windsor and Eaton Conqueror at £4.35 down to a reasonable ish price. Food looked good and plenty was being served.
rpf1955 - 6 Sep 2014 17:46
Well, thats a real shame to read the last comment about this Pub, as we are coming up to Greenwich in November for a leisurely weekend with friends, and were looking forward to a nice meal and pleasant atmosphere here, whilst looking over the Thames.........
DuncanDisorderly - 21 Sep 2013 19:24
Disappointing. I am aware that Taylor & Walker have increased there beer prices.
This pub has been on a downward spiral for well over a year.
The increase in prices can't help. I had an okay pint of ferrymans gold but for £4.05!!!
The head of the pint (and all I seen being served was huge).
I asked for it to be topped up and was met with some irritation.
This was strange as the pub only had 4 people in in on a Sat afternoon (not like they were busy).
Make toilets were ROTTEN and stank of stale urine.
I didn't try the food so can't comment.

My main gripe is the price and the (on going) battle to have a pint served how It should be ie at the customers discretion ie head or full pint.

I won't be back - even the cutty sark and the monopoly of Greenwich inc pubs charge less than £4. If the pint, service and pub was exceptional they may have (half a leg) to stand on!

Clearly the summer trade has died. Its time to rely on local trade. As a local - I (sadly) won't be back to this pub.
stan2008 - 21 Sep 2013 15:28

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