The PSPS Scottish Branch has made a £2,000 contribution towards the cost of refurbishing Maid of the Loch’s forward dining saloon.
The Scottish Branch is proud of its achievements. We are an active and forward thinking branch with a thriving membership and are proud to be the branch which secured an operational future for Waverley.
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.
On Thursday 1st August 2019 the PSPS Scottish Branch were honoured at a Civic Reception in Glasgow City Chambers hosted by The Rt Hon The Lord Provost Councillor Eva Bolander.
A cheque for £4,362.50 has been handed over as a contribution towards the ‘Save the Waverley – Boiler Refit Appeal’.
The Plockton fund-raising cruise took place in near-perfect weather on Tuesday 28th May 2019 and by the end of the evening had raised £1,855 for Waverley.
A two-hour evening cruise from Plockton on the 28th May has been organised to raise funds for Waverley’s boiler replacement.
Glasgow City Council has granted a Civic Reception in the City Chambers to mark the 50th anniversary of the Scottish Branch. Tickets for this prestigious event are available free of charge.
Today a large crowd including representatives from the Scottish Branch Committee gathered on Helensburgh Pier to send a message to Argyll & Bute Council that the town needs a working pier.
The PSPS (Scottish Branch) annual Evening Fund Raising Cruise will take place on Wednesday 10th July.
Waverley Excursions Ltd. (WEL) press release on Waverley’s use of Helensburgh Pier during the 2019 season.
Waverley Excursions has published provisional timetables for the Clyde Spring and Western Isles sailings.
Everyone is invited to attend the PSPS meeting in Glasgow on Friday 14th December when Douglas McGowan MBE shares his steamer memories.
Tickets for the Festive Cruise 2018 on Friday 28th December are now on sale.
The winning tickets have been announced for the PSPS Waverley Grand Draw 2018.
Some pictures of Waverley at Tighnabruaich during the spell of good weather in July.
A picture review of Waverley’s cruise from Glasgow to Sanda on Sunday 24th June.
The 2018 PSPS Evening Cruise will take place on Thursday 5th July. Tickets are available in advance at a reduced rate.
Waverley’s 2018 season started well with wall to wall sunshine and good passenger numbers.
Maid of the Loch and the excellent on-board tearoom is now open everyday from April to October.
The PSPS Scottish Branch spring outing will be to Lake Windermere offering up to six hours of cruising on England’s longest lake.