Visitor Assistant, Tim, telling fascinating stories to visitors on the Verandah Deck.
Anhelina, Housekeeper, cleaning in the Petty Officers and Royal Marine Sergeants Mess.
Lynn, Housekeeper, ensuring that the silverware is polished to perfection.
A visitor captures their photo of the rainbow.
A visitor favourite, smoked salmon sandwiches, available in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
Bob, piping coffee eclairs in the Pastry Galley.
Ideal for a morning stop during your tour, pots of tea ready to be served.
Visitors enjoy the blue skies and waterfront views from the Royal Deck Tea Room.
Britannia's Bell, the only place on board where the Royal Yacht's full name is displayed.
A rainbow across the historic Port of Leith.
We are celebrating 70 years since the launch of Britannia with a selection of items in the Gift Shop.
New to the Gift Shop this week, we feature this colourful scarf by Kiltane.
Steven cleaning shower heads.
Ewan making porthole deadlight support brackets.
Jos touching up paintwork on a porthole aboard Fingal.
Mark working on the deck timbers on Bloodhound.
Nico with a removed and cleaned strainer on Royal Nore.
Dean carrying out legionnaire testing of water temperatures on board Fingal.
Buttery pastry is added to the delicious apple tart tatins.
The Lighthouse Restaurant & Bar set for dinner service under the shimmering ceiling.
Gin and tonic ready to be served.
A dressing gown, adorned with Fingal's crest, ready in each cabin for guest arrival.