Day 2 of Waverley's 2017 season found her on the popular summer Saturday cruise from Glasgow to Tighnabruaich via Greenock, Helensburgh, Dunoon and Rothesay. Cameron Shaw captured her first arrival of the...
Waverley's first cruise of 2017 took place in excellent conditions attracting good passenger loadings. ...
Work to rebuild Kingswear Castle’s engine with the repaired cylinder is taking longer than expected and her return to service will not be until approximately week commencing 19 June.
Waverley has now returned to Glasgow following her annual dry docking and survey at Garvel Dry Dock in Greenock.
The Scottish Branch spring charter descends from the Union to the Forth & Clyde canals via the iconic Falkirk Wheel.
PSPS Vice President Douglas McGowan describes in his own words his visit to Buckingham Palace to receive his MBE.
The 2017 Ship Ahoy! Maritime Heritage Exhibition will take place on Saturday 22nd April at the Summerlee Museum in Coatbridge.
A tiny crack previously repaired on the casting of Kingswear Castle's low pressure cylinder re-appeared last season. It was decided to start on a rebuild of KC's engine.
Waverley Excursions have announced the 2017 timetables for Scotland (Spring & Western Isles), Liverpool & Llandudno, South Coast and the Thames.
The Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company has just published the 2017 timetable for the Society's coal-fired river paddler, Kingswear Castle.
New Reasons to Join
Waverley Excursions Ltd. has kindly offered concessions for Waverley sailings to PSPS members. Read more here.