The calendar is priced at £8 (+ £1.50 for P&P) and is A4 in size opening up to A3 for display. It is available for purchasing at Branch meetings and online via this website.
All proceeds from the sale of this calendar will go to PSPS funds.
The Scottish Branch Festive Cruise on 28th December is now fully booked.
Everyone is invited to attend the PSPS meeting in Glasgow on Friday 14th December when Douglas McGowan MBE shares his steamer memories.
The Scottish Government has confirmed £950,000 support for Maid of the Loch restoration.
The minutes of the meeting, which was held in York on 24 November 2018, have now been published.
The stern wheeler Delta Queen is set to return to service after an exemption renewal.
Tickets for the Festive Cruise 2018 on Friday 28th December are now on sale.
Vevey remains in service offering trips on Fridays and Sundays into December.
The winning tickets have been announced for the PSPS Waverley Grand Draw 2018.
The 2018 AGM takes place on Saturday 17th November.
On Monday 29th October Stadt Luzern's outgoing Captain Kuno Stein and her new master Roger Maurer spent the day clearing the ship's bridge and office.
Caledonia sold to Bass Charrington for a new static career on the Thames.
Bristol Queen left Barry for Weymouth.
After running trials on the Clyde on 3rd November 1965, Jeanie Deans set off south on 5th from Greenock for the Medway.
Glen Usk shifts ship from Penarth to Cardiff.
Sandown left Portsmouth, sailed down the Western Solent, across Poole Bay, rounded Anvil Point and St. Albans Head bound for Weymouth.
Having completed her season and been laid up for the winter, Bristol Queen was unexpectedly called back into service.
Empress at the movies.
PS Embassy’s last scheduled trips of the 1963 season did not quite go to plan.
A review of PS Princess Elizabeth’s 91 year career to date by PSPS member Peter Lamb.
Bristol Channel Branch“I hope to have a good passage” – Dr. David JenkinsCardiff Holiday InnCardiffThe business letters of Captain Daniel Jenkins 1902-11 - a talk by Dr. David Jenkins.
North of England & North Wales BranchThe Royal Charter, wrecked Moelfre, Anglesey, 26th October 1859Liverpool Seafarers CentreSeaforthPresentation by ship historian and diver, Peter Day.
London & Home Counties BranchBranch AGM followed by “From Waverley to Schiller”Civil Service ClubLondonYour chance to question the Branch Committee followed by "From Waverley to Schiller" – An illustrated talk by Paul Semple, National Chairman.