Cutty Sark 150th Why Cutty Sark needs you In 2019 the world famous Cutty Sark is 150 years old. The last of her kind, this iconic record breaking tea clipper is the gateway to ‘Maritime Greenwich’ sharing tales of adventure, international trade and speed at sea. All too often historic ships reach crisis point before funds are found to repair and restore them. Having acquired Cutty Sark in 2016, Royal Museums Greenwich is committed to ensuring her secure and sustainable future – raising funds now in anticipation of future conservation and repair. Cutty Sark’s 150th year presents a once in a generation opportunity to launch a fund to safeguard her future for generations to come. Royal Museums Greenwich is launching The Cutty Sark Future Fund to raise £10 million to be used solely for the anticipated major upkeep and maintenance of the ship in the long term. We need you to help us protect this wonderful local and London icon. There are plenty of ways to get involved. How can you help? Join us for the Cutty Sark 150 Challenge, an evening of quiz style fun hosted by impressionist and comedian Jon Culshaw, with plenty of prizes to be won. Join us on 2 April for this special fundraising event. Tickets are £65 a person and include a 2 course meal and drink, ticket income goes towards the Cutty Sark Future Fund. You don't have to be a Cutty Sark expert to win! Donate directly to the Cutty Sark Future Fund Run the London Marathon or the Vitality Big Half Marathon for the Cutty Sark in 2019 or support one of our runners.