We were delighted to welcome a group of Chelsea Pensioners aboard Britannia this week.
Visitors posing for a photograph next to the Royal Brow.
Lynne, Housekeeper, polishing the glass in the Visitor Centre.
On the Quayside, Senior Facilities Officer, Ricky, tending to the flowers.
Laura, Waiter, adding the finishing touches to a Hot Toddy.
Our delicious Britannia milkshakes are ready to be served in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
Our selection of sandwiches, including egg mayonnaise and ham, tomato and mustard, make the Tea Room a lovely spot to stop for lunch.
The Pastry Galley team preparing exquisite chocolate macarons.
The State Dining Room set for an exclusive evening event held on board.
A view through the porthole of a beautiful day in Leith.
Sales Assistant, Francesca showing our new Sales Assistant, Callum, the ropes.
Our wonderful Highland Single Malt Scotch whisky is available in the Gift Shop.
Alastair, Small Boat Manager, connecting shore supply to Royal Nore in lieu of running engines and generator.
Director of Maintenance, Derek, inspecting the bilges on Royal Racing Yacht Bloodhound.
Ewan sanding the topsides of Bloodhound.
Mark clearing Bloodhound's deck to fit new stringer plank around the chain plates.
Stuart removing old varnish for the Quarter Deck handrails.
Stuart replacing the taps.
Fingal’s Ballroom set up for a wedding ceremony.
Guests can relax in The Lighthouse Restaurant & Bar with a hot coffee.
Arleta, Chef de Partie, making hoisin and orange duck wontons, to be served as part of Afternoon Tea aboard Fingal.
Breakfast Chef, Marcin, prepares items from the breakfast menu for guests aboard Fingal.