Visitors enjoying touring each of the five decks of Britannia.
On the Verandah Deck, Visitor Assistant, Tim, taking a photograph of visitors.
Housekeeper, Eileen, wiping down the Sun Lounge windows.
Eileen dusting in the Sick Bay.
Freshly baked fruit scones ready to be served in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
Visitors can choose from a selection of drinks to enjoy.
Enjoy beautiful sea views from the Tea Room.
Delicious cakes are ready to be baked in the Galley.
All the clocks aboard Britannia are stopped at 3:01pm, marking the last time HM The Queen stepped off Britannia.
The Britannia Bell is the only place where the Royal Yacht’s full name is displayed.
In the Gift Shop, we feature our Yottie pen, inspired by the former Royal Yachtsmen.
Take home a miniature replica model of Britannia.
Gary preparing wood for the construction of the new menu stand for Fingal.
Jos wiping down the ladder treads, ready for another coat of varnish.
Nigel applying undercoat to the bulwark.
Jos giving a light sand to the rum barrel lid.
Ewan working on the deck timbers on Royal Racing Yacht Bloodhound.
Charlie, Front of House Manager, standing in Fingal’s glass walkway through the Engine Room.
Nautical curves can be seen throughout Fingal.
A selection of sweet treats ready to be placed in cabins for guests arriving.
Housekeeper, Susan, wiping down the deck chairs.