Royal Eagle sails from London to Ramsgate.
Waverley’s Bristol Channel spring public season came to its conclusion with a single voyage from Penarth to Milford Haven on Saturday 16th June 2001.
Bristol Queen arrives back in Southampton at 1.10am after spending the previous day on charter for the Spithead Naval Review.
Following the successful completion of Waverley’s sea trails last week, Waverley Excursions has published the Clyde 2021 timetable.
One hour cruise down the river on a Humber paddle steamer and view the docks.
Empress Queen sails from Avonmouth to Bristol following an accident the previous day.
Saturday 12th June was the first day of the 1948 season for Cardiff Queen.
Empress Queen at her builder’s yard in Troon being converted back to an excursion steamer for P & A Campbell.
Sunday 10th June 2001 dawned bright and sunny as Waverley set out from Clevedon and Penarth to Ilfracombe and Lundy.
What were the eleven South Coast paddle steamers doing on Thursday 9th June 1960?
PSPS chartered Embassy for a trip from Weymouth to Yarmouth with, for any who wanted, an extension round the Isle of Wight.
First trips of the season on the Cardiff Weston ferry service for Duchess of Devonshire.
On Sunday 3rd June 1973 Waverley was off service repairing a burst boiler tube.
War looms for the Humber paddle steamers Tattershall Castle, Wingfield Castle and Killingholme.
What have the Woolwich ferries Squires, Gordon, Will Crooks and John Benn, the Southern Railway’s Freshwater and the GSN’s Crested Eagle all got in common?
Monday 29th May 1967 Embassy had just arrived at Van Heyghen Brothers’s scrapyard in Ghent.
Queen of the South made her first public sailing from Tower Pier to Greenwich, Gravesend, Southend and Herne Bay.