Help preserve Cutty Sark for future generations

On 25 April 2012, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, visited Greenwich to reopen the famous clipper ship, Cutty Sark, to the public after years of repairs and restoration. The ship had undergone extensive repairs after it was damaged in a fire while undergoing conservation in 2007.

10 years on, our ship keeping team are still working hard to conserve and restore many aspects of this historic vessel. Help secure her future by donating today and enable our work to continue so that people can enjoy Cutty Sark and our vibrant community programmes again and again, bringing new life to an old ship with each and every visit. 

Thinking of raising money to support the appeal? Why not become a fundraiser and get your friends and family involved. You could host a Cutty Sark tea party, run a marathon or take up your own personal challenge.