On Tuesday 27th December the Scottish Branches of the PSPS and Coastal Cruising Association chartered MV Clyde Clipper for what turned out to be a unique festive cruise.
Members are invited to attend an Anniversary Dinner celebrating the 80th Anniversary of The Glasgow Speakers Club and the 70th Anniversary of Waverley's first sailing.
Sunday 16th October saw our paddler complete its 69th season. This proved to be a great day despite mixed weather and some problems.
On 30 September our Scottish Branch Secretary Gordon Wilson travelled to London to sample Waverley 'down south', sailing between London Tower Pier, Gravesend and Southend.
Motor Vessel Balmoral will return to the Clyde for the Glasgow September Holiday weekend.
On Sunday 14th August Waverley offered her annual return sailing from Glasgow to Campbeltown via Largs and Lochranza.
A report on the Scottish Branch Wednesday 20th July evening charter of Waverley round Bute and through the Kyles of Bute.
Book tickets now for Waverley's unique evening cruise from Largs and Millport on Wednesday 20th July.
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 Scottish Branch Festive Cruise is on Monday 28th December, tickets on sale now.
The first winter meeting of the Scottish Branch will be on Friday 16th Oct at 7:30 pm when David Howie shares his experiences of 'driving' Waverley.
The sun came out for Waverley's last day on the Clyde this summer when those on a pleasantly full boat enjoyed a cruise up Loch Long.
Join Waverley for a unique evening cruise on Thursday 25th June from Greenock, Kilcreggan or Dunoon.
Much to see on a glorious summer evening for the PSPS (Scottish Branch) and CCA Charter on the Firth of Forth.
The Coastal Cruising Association and the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society (Scottish Branch) are jointly arranging a cruise on the Forth Belle on Sunday 14th June.
Waverley has today left dry dock as preparations continue for her 40th season in preservation.
In preparation for Waverley's 40th season in preservation, she was towed from Glasgow to Greenock for her annual underwater survey.
Ship Ahoy! 2015 will take place on Saturday 11th April at the Maritime Museum, Irvine - FREE admission between 10am and 5pm.
As always, the Scottish Branch’s Festive Cruise proved to be a great way to blow away the Christmas cobwebs. This year had the added bonus of cold, clear sunny day.
Waverley returned to the Clyde this morning after a four day sail from the South Coast.
Our festive cruise on 27th December leaves Greenock at 1030. It offers a rare opportunity to cruise to Gare Loch then goes to Holy Loch for an optional 3 course lunch at Kilmun. We should be back at 1615.
Glasgow Museums are offering a free tour of its behind the scenes ship model collection on 25th November. The Scottish Branch Committee's tour gives an idea of what to expect
We have a small number of eight-page 40th Anniversary Souvenir Brochures available for sale for only £1 each plus £1.50 post and packaging.
Commemorating 40 years to the day since Caledonian MacBrayne 'sold' Waverley to the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society for £1.