Princess Elizabeth sails from Dartmouth to Plymouth for her annual dry-docking 20th April 1961.
Ryde ran a special cruise from Southsea to meet round the world yachtsman Alec Rose in 1968.
Cosens's last master, Capt John Ililffe, left Cosens employ in February 1967 following the announcement of the withdrawal of PS Embassy.
A look back at the 1989 season when over 300,000 passenger journeys were made on Waverley and Balmoral.
Caledonia sold to Bass Charrington for a new static career on the Thames.
After running trials on the Clyde on 3rd November 1965, Jeanie Deans set off south on 5th from Greenock for the Medway.
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.
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.
Princess Elizabeth's last trip of the season from Torquay to Lyme Regis on 15th September 1960.
Paddle Steamer Consul arrived on the Thames on 14th September 1963 but things didn't quite go to plan.
View the YouTube video to mark 40 years since Waverley’s first visit to London.
Waverley's first South Coast sailings in 1978 were captured on film and can now be seen on the PSPS YouTube channel.
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.