Tim M., Visitor Assistant, hands over complimentary audio guide handsets, available in 30 languages.
Visitor Assistant, Andrew, takes a photograph of visitors next to the iconic Britannia Bell.
A sunny day on our Verandah Deck.
Beautiful views can be seen from the Royal Yacht across the Firth of Forth.
Linda, Housekeeping Team Leader, polishes the batons of the High Constabulary of The Port of Leith.
In the Bridge, Karina, Housekeeper, polishes the brass, ensuring Britannia is maintained to the same high standards as when in Royal service.
Francesca, Waiter, shows visitors to their table in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
Fabian, Waiter, prepares hot beverages to be served.
In the Royal Galley, Rafal, Junior Sous Chef, cooks delicious fillets of beef.
Carrot balls are prepped to be added to a dish served at an evening event.
A fresh delivery of Eryngii mushrooms arrived in the Royal Galley.
Michal, Junior Sous Chef, and Stephen, Executive Pastry Chef, remove meringues from the casing.
A beautiful view across the Firth of Forth on a still day in Leith.
Pretty flowers adorn the planters on the quayside.
Celebrating Shrove Tuesday, fresh pancakes were made in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
The delicious pancakes were served with a slice of lemon, raspberries and maple syrup.
Sample a piece of our delicious flavoured fudge, made in the onboard NAAFI.
In the Gift Shop, we feature a crown necklace from our Indulgence range.
This colourful peacock trinket is from Widdop Bingham.
These encrusted bear and carriage trinkets are also from the Widdop Bingham range.
On Fingal, Kirsty, Guest Relations Duty Manager, welcomes guests on board.
A look at one of Fingal's log books from the Northern Lighthouse Board.
Brendan, Fingal's Head Chef, adds the salmon into the onboard smoker.
The smoked salmon can be enjoyed as part of Fingal’s menu.