Waverley's General Manager and Maid of the Loch's Chairman attended a function aboard the preserved steam tug/tender Daniel Adamson.
A two-hour evening cruise from Plockton on the 28th May has been organised to raise funds for Waverley’s boiler replacement.
The cancellation of Waverley's 2019 season received widespread media coverage across Scotland in the traditional media as well as being widely shared and discussed nationally online and via social media.
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.
The Wessex & Dart Branch are reintroducing nominated sailings to hopefully encourage a more social aspect of the Society where members may be able to meet one another.
On 25th April 1963 Bristol Queen was towed out of Weymouth Backwater through the Town Bridge.
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.
Princess Elizabeth sails from Dartmouth to Plymouth for her annual dry-docking 20th April 1961.
A photographic essay of Waverley travelling down the Clyde for her annual dry-docking, a sure sign that a new sailing season is nearly upon us.
A group from the Maritime Heritage Trust visited Kingswear Castle in the undercover shipyard at Dartmouth on Friday 12th April.
Waverley Excursions Ltd. (WEL) press release regarding Waverley's first move of the year, this coming Friday, to dry-dock in Greenock.
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.
Kingswear Castle has been named South West Regional Flagship 2019 by National Historic Ships UK.
Ryde ran a special cruise from Southsea to meet round the world yachtsman Alec Rose in 1968.
Waverley Excursions has published provisional timetables for the Clyde Spring and Western Isles sailings.
Press release issued following a meeting between National Historic Ships UK and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
Cosens's last master, Capt John Ililffe, left Cosens employ in February 1967 following the announcement of the withdrawal of PS Embassy.
The Paddle Steamer Blumilsalp made her first visit to the new dry-dock facility at Thun in January.
Sorry to have to report the death of long term Kingswear Castle supporter Bill Hedges.
The MCA has just completed a consultation about removing "grandfather rights" from existing passenger vessels.
The Council of Management has decided that it is time that we should change our Independent Examiner.