On Wednesday 9th September Waverley sailed from Brodick back to Glasgow Science Centre for her winter lay-up.
- 4th September 2020
On Thursday 3rd September 2020 Waverley's bow made heavy contact with Brodick Pier resulting in 17 passengers being injured.
- 2nd September 2020
Waverley's short season of cruises on the Clyde has been extended and she will now operate until Saturday 12th September 2020.
- 23rd August 2020
Waverley was able to undertake her first cruise since October 2018 on Saturday 22 August 2020. This took her from Glasgow to Loch Long and Loch Goil, calling at Blairmore.
- 18th August 2020
Waverley Excursions have announced a two week programme of sailings on the Clyde, from Friday 21st August until Sunday 6th September 2020.
- 14th August 2020
Waverley returned to her home berth at Pacific Quay in Glasgow.
- 14th August 2020
Waverley moves under her own power for the first time since her boiler refit.
- 7th August 2020
Waverley has moved from her berth in James Watt Dock to Greenock Custom House Quay.
- 13th July 2020
Kingswear Castle is now running harbour cruises from Dartmouth every day except Fridays at 12 noon, 1.30pm & 3pm.
- 7th July 2020
Kingswear Castle returned to service Monday 6th July 2020 running harbour cruises from Dartmouth.
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- 17th September: Helensburgh Advertiser "Maid of the Loch's engines are all set to go global"
- 15th September: The Sunday Post "A life on the ocean’s airwaves: Daughter’s delight as books inspired by legendary Waverley skipper sail onto radio"
- 9th September: The Scotsman "Waverley paddle steamer sets sail for Glasgow after pier collision"
- 4th September: BBC News "Late-night rescue for stranded Waverley passengers"
- 3rd September: The Scotsman "Stranded Waverley passengers rescued after 24 hurt when steamer hit pier"
- 3rd September: BBC News "Seventeen injured after Waverley crashes into pier"
- 28th August: Helensburgh Advertiser "In Pictures: Maid of the Loch welcomes first visitors of 2020"
- 22nd August: The Herald "Waverley paddle steamer sets sail for first time in two years"
- 22nd August: BBC News "Waverley paddle steamer finally sets sail after two years"
- 21st August: Helensburgh Advertiser "Maid of the Loch reopens to the public after lockdown"
- 21st August: The Sunday Post "Paddle steamer Waverley’s first passenger cruise since 2018 cancelled"
- 21st August: BBC News "Technical hitch delays Waverley paddle steamer return sailing"
- 19th August: The Scotsman "Paddle steamer Waverley to resume Clyde cruises"
- 19th August: Largs & Millport Weekly News "Waverley to return to Largs and Millport for summer sailings"
- 15th August: Glasgow Live "Doon the Watter - the story of the Waverley, the world's last seagoing paddle steamer"
- 14th August: The Sunday Post "Iconic steamer Waverley paddles for the first time in almost two years after boiler refit"
- 14th August: STV News "Ship shape: Waverley paddle steamer returns to water"
- 14th August: Daily Record "Waverley paddle steamer back on open water after major refit"
- 14th August: The Lochside Press "Waverley back on the Clyde for sea trials"
- 13th August: Largs & Millport Weekly News "Waverley out on sea trials on the Clyde today"
- 14th July: Daily Record "Maid of the Loch's future secured after crowdfunder target is smashed"
- 10th July: Helensburgh Advertiser "When will Maid of the Loch paddle steamer reopen to public?"
- 8th July: National Piers Society "Clacton Pier named Pier Of The Year 2020!"
- 3rd July: Helensburgh Advertiser "Maid of the Loch rescue effort gets £20,000 online boost"
- 20th June: Greenock Telegraph "Waverley paddle steamer is looking shipshape again"
- 2nd June: The Herald "Historic Loch Lomond paddle steamer launches Covid-19 fundraiser"
- 28th May: Kent Online "Medway Queen named South East's 'Flagship of the Year'"
- 25th May: Dumbarton & Vale of Leven Reporter "Maid of the Loch aims for sell-out ‘cruise’ to mark anniversary"
- 24th May: The Lochside Press "[Minor] Repair work planned for Helensburgh pier"
- 5th May: Daily Record "Coronavirus crisis could sink Maid of the Loch restoration project"
- 61 Years Ago Today
What were the River Dart paddle steamers Compton Castle, Kingswear Castle and Totnes Castle doing on this day?
Last trip of the 1964 season for Princess Elizabeth from the Weymouth Pleasure Pier through the Town Bridge to her winter lay-up berth in the Backwater.
- Two Days Ago
Bristol Queen de-stored and prepared for her winter lay-up having finished her season the previous day.
- Three Days Ago
Cardiff Queen's Cardiff/Weston ferry service interrupted by the wind.
Brighton Belle disabled by a crack in her HP cylinder.
Southsea and Whippingham scheduled to run long afternoon cruises from Portsmouth and Southsea.
Capt Philip St Barbe Rawle's last Sunday in command of Embassy.
- A Week Ago
Waverley sails to Campbeltown.
- 11th September 2020
What were these two paddle steamers scheduled to do on Sunday 11th September 1932?
- 10th September 2020
Sailings from Eastbourne Pier on Friday 10th September 1937.
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- 25th July 2020
Waverley has her funnels removed ahead of her boiler replacement.
- 5th January 2020
In 1960, the Patterson family decided to stay away from the busy towns and traffic jammed highways to have a sailing holiday on the Clyde Steamers.
- 5th November 2019
At the end of August 1981, the Paddle Steamer Maid of the Loch's engines and paddle wheels fell silent.
- 3rd November 2019
Maid of the Loch's compound steam engine turns astern.
- 2nd November 2019
Maid of the Loch's port paddle wheel turning astern.
- 30th September 2019
On Sunday the 30th September 2018 we watch Paddle Steamer Waverley sails through London's famous Tower Bridge .
- 21st September 2019
This is the final video in a series of eight.
- 14th September 2019
In the penultimate video in a series of eight we take to the water in a rowing boat to have a good look the the starboard side and stern of the Maid of the Loch.
- 8th September 2019
In this sixth video of eight we can see the hard work done by PSPS Scottish Branch members beginning to pay off.
- 6th September 2019
A brand new broadcast quality documentary film on DVD looking at the huge achievements of the PSPS since its formation and the challenges faced along the ...
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