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    ROYAL MUSEUMS GREENWICH

    THE CUTTY SARK

    GREENWICH, LONDON

The Venue

Greenwich's Cutty Sark, the world’s sole surviving tea clipper, makes a spectacular and one of a kind setting for hosting guests. Built in Scotland in 1869, Cutty Sark was designed to carry tea, as fast as possible, from China to England. The revolutionary ship visited every major world port over her half a century in operation.

Cutty Sark has been raised three metres above ground, allowing visitors to walk directly underneath and touch the original hull planks and iron framework. The dry berth is a magical space to dine and entertain.

Event Concept are accredited suppliers at The Cutty Sark.

Transforming The Space

Bathing the hull and glass ceiling in striking colours creates a perfect setting for guests to be dined and entertained. Lighting effects highlight the contemporary glass architecture and metallic qualities of the historic ship. 

Running long banquet tables through the centre of the event space further emphasises the unique experience within the Cutty Sark. 

 

 

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Capacity

450 Dry Berth Drinks Reception
270 Dry Berth Dinner
100 Tween Deck Drinks Reception
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