On Wednesday 24th August 1960 Princess Elizabeth’s trips from Torquay were cancelled.
Waverley was able to undertake her first cruise since October 2018 on Saturday 22 August 2020. This took her from Glasgow to Loch Long and Loch Goil, calling at Blairmore.
Britannia scheduled for the long day trip from Bristol to Cardiff and Ilfracombe.
Princess Elizabeth on charter at Weymouth for scenes for the big screen movie Gordon of Khartoum starring Charlton Heston.
On Thursday 19th August 1926 Columba was scheduled to leave Glasgow on the “Royal Route” for Rothesay, Colintraive, Tighnabruaich, Tarbet and Ardrishaig.
Waverley Excursions have announced a two week programme of sailings on the Clyde, from Friday 21st August until Sunday 6th September 2020.
On this day, exactly 20 years ago, Waverley arrived back in Glasgow having completed the first phase of her extensive Heritage Rebuild.
On Tuesday 18th August 1953 you could have had the opportunity to take any of 15 departures from Bournemouth Pier on any one of four different paddle steamers.
Bristol Queen scheduled to run from Bristol to Clevedon, Cardiff, Penarth, Barry and Ilfracombe.
Balmoral scheduled to sail from Southampton to Ryde, Southsea, Sandown, Shanklin, Ventnor an Bournemouth.
Cardiff Queen scheduled to run from Hastings, Eastbourne and Brighton to Shanklin, Isle of Wight.
Snowden scheduled for a day trip from Llandudno to Caernarvon on Monday 11th August 1930.
Monarch rostered for the day on the Swanage service followed by an evening run to Totland Bay, Isle of Wight.
Victoria scheduled to run from Weymouth to Swanage and Totland Bay, Isle of Wight.
Waverley has moved from her berth in James Watt Dock to Greenock Custom House Quay.
On Wednesday 7th August 1963 Embassy ran a day trip from Poole via Bournemouth to Yarmouth and Cowes, Isle of Wight.
3rd August 1937 Balmoral spends the night at anchor in fog with 125 passenger aboard.
Southern Railway ran a Rail and Steamer excursion from London to the Isle of Wight by fast electric trains to Brighton thence by P & A Campbell’s steamer.