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    Cutty Sark

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    Climb aboard the Cutty Sark for your event, and celebrate at a completely unique venue.

    Climb aboard the Cutty Sark for your event, and celebrate at a completely unique venue. This 19th century vessel is the world’s last tea clipper, and following a makeover from the Cutty Sark Conservation Project, the ship is as good as new and open as a spectacular riverside venue.

    Four new and dramatic spaces have been unveiled as a setting for a variety of events, either together or separately. Cutty Sark has been raised and surrounded at the waterline by glass, enabling guests to enjoy the magnificent vessel all year round. In addition to the three decks, a brand new and exciting space has been opened below the vessel itself. By raising the ship above its original position, a novel event space has been created within the dry berth of the ship. Guests can walk, dine and dance beneath the ship’s hull to fully admire Cutty Sark’s form. This 1000m² space beneath the ship’s hull can host up to 450 guests for a stand-up reception or 200 guests for a dinner.

    The studio theatre in the lower hold is equipped with an audiovisual system, atmospheric lighting, screen and stage if required. All three of the vessel’s decks are available as impressive and exclusive event settings. The top deck boasts fantastic views over the Thames towards Canary Wharf and the City. This is one venue which promises to provide each and every guest with a totally unique nautical experience. The Cutty Sark is ideal for parties, drinks receptions, intimate dinners, lavish banquets, award ceremonies and presentations.

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    Built in 1869, the Cutty Sark was the last clipper ship built to serve as a merchant vessel. Today she remains as one of only three surviving composite construction clipper ships. During her long career, Cutty Sark has served as a merchant ship, then a training ship before being opened to the public in 1954. A fire in 2007 damaged the ship but following the Cutty Sark Restoration Project, Cutty Sark was reopened in 2012.

    Dinner 50 - 200
    Drinks reception 100 - 450