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Quarterdeck at

HQS Wellington

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The Quarter Deck is one of the main reasons to hire the Wellington. With unrivalled views up and down the river, the Quarter Deck is a unique open-air venue. This space, covered by an awning, is ideal for summer cocktail parties, receptions and BBQs.


  • Amazing views
  • Boardroom (40)
  • Cabaret (40)
  • Dinner (60)
  • Meeting (40)
  • Reception (180)


  • 40 Boardroom
  • 40 Cabaret
  • 180 Reception
  • 180 Standing
  • 60 Theatre


  • Art Exhibitions
  • Pop-Ups
  • Own Music/ DJ Equipment
  • Weddings
  • Events with Alcohol


  • 150m2 (1615ft2)

No current price lists available, but please book a viewing to find out more about this space.

  • HQS Wellington
  • Temple Stairs Victoria Embankment
  • Westminster
  • London
  • WC2R 2PN

More about 

The historic HQS Wellington Ship is a unique and original venue for your event. Built in 1933, she is the last surviving member of the Grimsby class of sloops, which served valiantly during the Second World War. She was purchased by the Honourable Company of the Master Mariners in 1947 and has been fully refitted for civilian use since. She is moored on the Thames by the Embankment, opposite Temple tube station.

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