Let's start with the obvious: there are a lot of brilliant things to do and see in London.
They keep us in a job.
Locals and visitors alike flock to big hitters like Brick Lane's 24-hour bagel shop, cocktail bars in former public toilets, and even the terminally-unlucky but ever-enduring Albert Square in Walford.
But their absolute favourite thing to do, according to TripAdvisor, is jump on-board with Thames Rockets; a super-speedy fleet of boats that take their guests on a high-intensity tour around London's most iconic river-side landmarks.
The Rockets are so popular in fact, they're branching outside of their usual daytime, tee-total jaunt, with a new 'after-hours' session fronting beautiful dusk views, boozy concoctions, and a carefully selected summer soundtrack.
We give you; Thames Lates.
Promising the same exciting tour taking off from the London Eye - and on top of the wind-in-your-hair speedboat experience - guests will also enjoy selfie-worthy sunset views over London's iconic landmarks, a curated playlist from Hackney's party palace, Oslo, a complimentary tipple from mixology masters The London Cocktail Club, and expert London knowledge from the boat's comedy compère and guide.
Are you ready?
Thames Lates is taking place every Thursday-Saturday evening for the duration of the summer. The tour takes off from The London Eye Pier and lasts for approximately 50 minutes.