Maid of the Loch and the excellent on-board tearoom is now open everyday from April to October.
The PSPS Scottish Branch spring outing will be to Lake Windermere offering up to six hours of cruising on England's longest lake.
Waverley's first South Coast sailings in 1978 were captured on film and can now be seen on the PSPS YouTube channel.
Congratulations to Queen Mary on the 85th anniversary of her launch.
PSPS pledges £50,000 to Maid of the Loch to help return the Paddle Steamer to service on Loch Lomond.
An interview with Waverley's first Master, Captain John E Cameron D.S.C., where he describes the sinking of the 1899 Waverley at Dunkirk in May 1940.
Waverley's first journey to the South Coast - April 1978. ...
Memories of Bristol Queen's first visit to the Isles of Scilly.
The Dartmouth Steam Railway & River Boat Company has just published its Paddle Steamer Kingswear Castle timetable for 2018.
The Bristol Channel Branch are pleased to announce three new meetings in their area, together with one change, over the next four months.
Scottish BranchShip Ahoy! – Maritime Heritage ExhibitionThe Tall Ship at RiversideGlasgowThe fifth Ship Ahoy! maritime heritage exhibition will take place on Saturday 21st April on board The Tall Ship Glenlee adjacent to the Glasgow Riverside Museum. Several groups are taking part including the PSPS (Scottish Branch) to promote Waverley and Maid of the Loch. Entry is free.
New Reasons to Join
Waverley Excursions Ltd. has kindly offered concessions for Waverley sailings to PSPS members. Read more here.