A statement issued by Waverley Steam Navigation Co. Ltd.
A look back at the 1989 season when over 300,000 passenger journeys were made on Waverley and Balmoral.
Everyone is invited to attend the PSPS meeting in Glasgow on Friday 14th December when Douglas McGowan MBE shares his steamer memories.
The Scottish Government has confirmed £950,000 support for Maid of the Loch restoration.
The minutes of the meeting, which was held in York on 24 November 2018, have now been published.
The stern wheeler Delta Queen is set to return to service after an exemption renewal.
Tickets for the Festive Cruise 2018 on Friday 28th December are now on sale.
Caledonia sold to Bass Charrington for a new static career on the Thames.
The winning tickets have been announced for the PSPS Waverley Grand Draw 2018.
After running trials on the Clyde on 3rd November 1965, Jeanie Deans set off south on 5th from Greenock for the Medway.
On Monday 29th October Stadt Luzern's outgoing Captain Kuno Stein and her new master Roger Maurer spent the day clearing the ship's bridge and office.
There is now a sufficient rise of water level on the Elbe at Dresden for the paddlers to sail in Saxon Switzerland today.
Capt Kuno Stein welcomes passengers aboard Stadt Luzern at Fluelen on his last sailing as a paddle steamer captain and Stadt Luzern's last trip before a major rebuild.
A report on the Thames Ruby Anniversary lunch held on Saturday 20th October.
Low river water levels on the Elbe at Dresden continue to cause havoc with the timetables for the paddle steamers there.
Sandown left Portsmouth, sailed down the Western Solent, across Poole Bay, rounded Anvil Point and St. Albans Head bound for Weymouth.
Some pictures capturing Waverley at Gravesend during her recent sailings on the Thames.
If you want a last trip on Stadt Luzern before she is withdrawn, you'll have to get your skates on.
The latest 'Paddle Wheels' magazine is available to all new PSPS members - join today!
Having completed her season and been laid up for the winter, Bristol Queen was unexpectedly called back into service.