An Anchusa class corvette built for the Royal Navy, completed in 1918 and commissioned as a 'Q' Ship, part of a small class of convoy protection ships in World War I, built to look like merchant ships. Originally named HMS Saxifrage, and has been permanently moored at Victoria Embankment for over 80 years.
Now functions as a conference, events and party venue; available for private receptions.
Telephone: 020 7583 1918
Address: Victoria Embankment, WC2
Website: HMS President
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