Cutty Sark

450240Yes East London

Built in 1869 to carry tea back from China, this monument to the glory days of sail travelled the world and survived the high seas. The ship boasts a spectacular riverside setting, with a sweeping outlook across the Thames to the City beyond.

A unique space within the Royal Museums Greenwich rich with history for award ceremonies, gala dinners and client networking. There are plenty of opportunities for different types of events in the venue…

The Dry Berth is the most modern addition to Cutty Sark, built during the refurbishment after a fire in 2007. The 963-ton ship is suspended three metres above the floor, the geodesic glass canopy flooding the Dry Berth with natural daylight, whilst built-in lighting makes her hull glimmer in the evening. Suitable for 240 guests seated or 450 for a reception.

The 'Tween Deck is in the middle of the ship and was used to store the precious cargo – tea from China – during the ship’s voyage. Nowadays it’s been emptied out and spruced up, perfect for dinners, receptions and weddings for 60 seated or 100 for a reception.

The Weather Deck is a perfect location for a summer party for a canapes or bowl food reception for up to 100 guests. Situated on the bank of the mighty Thames, Cutty Sark's Weather Deck provides incredible views over London and Canary Wharf.

The Master’s Saloon is great for an intimate wedding. You can be married on the 'Tween Deck, have drinks served on the stunning Weather Deck and then retire to the beautiful mahogany lined Master's Saloon for the pinnacle of private dining experiences for 10 guests.