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We're delighted to bring you the latest news and exclusive behind-the-scenes work that takes place aboard this magnificent ship and Scotland's Best Attraction, The Royal Yacht Britannia.

Category Archives: Weekly 'Snaps'

Yotties Week and Britannia bids farewell to HMS Edinburgh

Posted in Weekly 'Snaps', General, Maintaining Britannia, News, Press, on Thursday May 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Yotties Week and Britannia bids farewell to HMS Edinburgh

HMS Edinburgh had a spectacular send off as she left Edinburgh for the final time on Tuesday, 21st May, to travel to Portsmouth for her decommissioning. Known as the 'Fortress of the Sea,' it only seemed fitting that Britannia, the 'Palace of the Sea,' should be the ship to give her a historic goodbye as she left Leith docks.

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A day in the life of: Britannia’s Housekeeping team

Posted in Weekly 'Snaps', Behind The Scenes, General, Maintaining Britannia, on Friday March 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

A day in the life of: Britannia’s Housekeeping team

The Royal Yacht Britannia's proud housekeeping team work 363 days of the year to ensure this magnificent ship is kept in immaculate condition. No easy task, but our dedicated team ensure every area of the ship is washed, dusted, hoovered and polished to perfection, ready for Britannia's visitors and evening events guests.

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The Queen’s Racing Yacht to receive original refit

Posted in Weekly 'Snaps', Behind The Scenes, General, Maintaining Britannia, Royal News, on Friday February 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Queen’s Racing Yacht to receive original refit

The classic 63 foot Royal Racing Yacht Bloodhound  was craned out of the water this week, as part of her maintenance programme by Britannia. It was a spectacular sight to see this beautiful 1930s racing yacht lifted on to a cradle on the quayside, and ourPhotographer in Residence was here to capture the event.

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