With 2015/16 winter maintenance almost complete, Waverley left the Garvel dry dock at Greenock on 10th May.
The engine from Kingswear Castle’s sister Compton Castle has been moved from Blackgang Chine on the Isle of Wight to Kingswear for eventual display.
The PSPS (Scottish Branch) annual charter of Waverley will offer an evening cruise round Bute from Tighnabruaich, Largs and Millport (Keppel Pier) - a cruise which has never been offered before!...
At a ceremony at Kingswear on 14 April, a Certificate conferring Honorary Membership of the Society to the Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company was presented.
On Saturday 11th June the Scottish Branch is arranging an outing to Ullswater - tickets are on sale now.
Ship Ahoy! 2016 will be held on board The Tall Ship Glenlee on Saturday 16th April from 10am with free entry for all.
The final section covering the Irish Sea was approved by the port authorities in mid-March and the whole season's timetable may now be downloaded from the Waverley Excursions web site.
In addition to the previously published Wessex and Dart Branch meeting syllabus an additional Members’ afternoon meeting at the Royal Dart Yacht Club, Kingswear has now been arranged.
The Society is delighted to announce that it has recently acquired a large and significant collection of steamer postcards and photographs.
The Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company has published the 2016 timetable for the coal-fired paddle steamer Kingswear Castle, owned by the Society.
New Reasons to Join
Waverley Excursions Ltd. has kindly offered concessions for Waverley sailings to PSPS members. Read more here.