Kingswear Castle came off the slipway on Monday and is now being prepared for running trials next week.
Dartmouth Steam Railway and Riverboat Co have won the 2021 Heritage Railway Association award for the outstanding visitor attraction.
Waverley’s special springtime programme continued on Sunday 29th April with a sailing from Greenock to Tarbert.
Waverley’s third Saturday of the 2001 season on Saturday 28th April, an unusual Ayr – Round Bute sailing with plenty of time ashore at Tighnabruaich.
P & A Campbells’s Waverley rostered for a day trip from Brighton to Eastbourne, Hastings and on to Folkestone for two hours ashore.
Earlier this week Waverley Excursions reported that Waverley had left her winter berth in Glasgow to sail down river under her own power to Greenock for her annual dry docking.
On 25th April 1963 Bristol Queen was towed out of Weymouth Backwater through the Town Bridge.
On Sunday 24th April 1960 Princess Elizabeth was raising steam in preparation for running trials in Southampton Water.
Princess Elizabeth sails from Dartmouth to Plymouth for her annual dry-docking 20th April 1961.
Waverley’s 19th May 2001 sailing from Clevedon and Penarth for Minehead and Porlock Bay cruise.
The Southern Railway’s paddle steamer Merstone rescues passengers from Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth which was aground on the Brambles Bank.
On Easter Sunday 16th April 2006 Kingswear Castle was running half hour trips from the Historic Dockyard Chatham on the hour every hour.
All of Westward Ho’s Bristol Channel services cancelled due to the weather.
Glen Gower arrives in the scrapyard at Boom near Antwerp in the River Scheldt.
Loire Princesse on the second day of her maiden voyage along the River Loire.