Chamberlain's of London has secured its place as one of the approved event catering suppliers at the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth.
Andrew Jones, director of Chamberlain's said: "We are delighted to have been appointed a preferred supplier to such an exciting venue, especially now that it has undergone further work and has recently re-opened with views of the ship from all nine galleries.
"The museum is the culmination of decades of work by the Mary Rose team and is such a popular venue in Portsmouth. There are some fantastic locations within the museum for all manner of events to be held, ranging from sit down dinners for up to 100 to drinks receptions for 300 people."
Chamberlain's already works in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard through its contract with HMS Victory.
Paul Griffiths, head of operations at the Mary Rose Museum, added: "Following our dramatic improvements to the museum, the Admiral's Gallery is now one of the most unique venues to hold an event against the stunning backdrop of Henry VIII's rescued flagship.
"It couldn't be more fitting that we are working with someone of such high calibre as Chamberlain's and are excited about working together and developing a successful relationship."
Chamberlain's Events caters for a number of functions from private dinner parties to a city livery hall banquet for 2,000 guests.
The caterer also has several clients in the capital including the Guildhall, Tower of London, Banqueting House, Trinity House, St James's Palace, Armourers Hall, Cutlers Hall and Leadenhall Market.