A look back to Waverley's re-boilering in 2000 to consider what is to come in 2020.
Friday 26h December 1902 was the first day of a new winter paddle steamer service between Bournemouth and Swanage.
Hamish is now settling in to his new home having raised £251 towards the Waverley Boiler Refit Appeal.
The fundraising appeal to save Waverley has reached its £2.3 million target after just seven months.
Paddle Steamer Waverley is now registered for both Amazon Smile and Easyfundraising. So whilst you shop online you can also raise money for Waverley.
A progress update from Waverley Excursions Ltd. on the manufacture of Waverley's two new boilers.
On 10th December 1937 Cosens signed the Bill of Sale to buy the Duke of Devonshire.
PSPS members can take advantage of exclusive multiple cruise discounts by purchasing Sailing Passes and/or Go Anywhere Vouchers for Waverley's 2020 season.
In November 1937 Red Funnel's Mauretania ex Queen was renamed Corfe Castle.
Hamish, a much-travelled Waverley supporter and genuine Steiff bear, has offered himself for auction to raise funds for the Waverley Boiler Appeal.
On Monday 11th November 1963 Caledonia came close to being blown ashore on the rocks off Millport after damaging her port paddle wheel.
The aroma of steam and hot oil is once again to be savoured by all who go aboard the last paddle steamer built in Scotland.
Captain Kuno Stein, who will be known to many PSPS members, has retired as a Lake Lucerne paddle steamer captain.
The breaking up of Red Funnel's Solent Queen commenced at the yard of T W Ward at Grays in Essex in November 1948.
Over 60 members attended our Annual General Meeting in Southampton on the very wet Saturday afternoon of 26 October.
On Monday 18th October 1920 P & A Campbell's Britannia entered the yard of A & J Inglis in Glasgow to have a new boiler fitted.
On 11th October 1961 Lyme Regis Council met to discuss what to do about damage to their harbour allegedly caused by Princess Elizabeth that season.
Members of the PSPS Wessex Branch take a trip around Portsmouth Harbour on the Paddle Tug Grinder.
On the morning tide on Tuesday 29th September Jeanie Deans crossed from Craigendoran to lay up in the Albert Harbour, Greenock.