HMS PRESIDENT 1918

HMS PRESIDENT 1918

image1

 The HMS President (1918), one of only three surviving Royal Navy warships from the First World War, was ‘dazzled’ by the German sculptor Tobias Rehberger. One of the most respected European artists of his generation, Rehberger is a German sculptor whose work blurs the boundaries between design, sculpture, furniture-making and installation. 

The Wrennery

image2

The wrennery is a stunning example of history which has been kept alive.  Mahogany wood flooring with steel beans overhead with hammock hooks, and the triple steel enforced bow. 

The Gun Bar

image3

The Gun bar was a popular private bar with door s leading to Ballroom and featured its own Bar, and doors leading to the Quarter deck with private seating and Barbacue area. 

The Ward Room

image4

The Ward room is a private bar and function area and was used in the Naval reserves as an officers only bar.

The Captains Quarters

image5

The captains quarters were as it says it was, where the captain would of stayed onboard.

The Ballroom

image6

The ballroom was a popular used room for weddings and functions and Tango on the Thames.