About Us

The Tereza-Joanne was launched in 1997. The vessel started life as a crane barge built in Eastern Europe just after World War II and eventually, over time, found its way to the United Kingdom. Following a complete refurbishment it is now permanently moored in King George V Dock in East London offering a unique floating venue for all types of events.

With just over 2 decades of experience we have put on a widely varied selection of events and parties over the years. The Tereza-Joanne is a family business and we pride ourselves on providing that personal service to assist with your planning to make your event perfect.

Large Function Room
24hr Licensed Bar
Professional Kitchen
KV2 Sound System
Top Deck Grill
Private-suite/Meeting room
Marriage License
Disabled Access
Heated front deck smoking area
Adjacent car park
Fully furnished top deck area (subject to weather conditions)

For a virtual look around the venue visit our A Look On Board page!


This is a short newspaper article about the man who keeps the Tereza Joanne clean and tidy. Fred has been with us for a long time, and we’re glad to see him going strong at 90 years of age! (click image to enlarge)

People Aboard the Tereza-Joanne


We proudly hosted one of the rounds of the 2016 European Freestyle Jetski Championship http://www.pwcfreestyle.eu

A 120-metre long sculpture of the 17th-century London skyline is set alight in a retelling of the story of the Great Fire of London in 1666, in London, Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016. The event was part of a collaboration between American 'burn' artist David Best and Artichoke, commemorating the Great Fire of London in 1666. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

The Tereza Joanne catered for the crew that built the 2016 Great Fire 350 sculpture that was constructed on the dockside by the venue. For more info visit http://www.artichoke.uk.com or click the image.