Megan, Shop Supervisor, and Tracey, Assistant Shop Manager, are shown the ropes of our new ticketing system by DigiTickets.
Visitor Assistant, Tim, chats to a visitor on board Britannia.
Our Visitor Assistants are always happy to take photographs, as Kenny M. captures a photo.
The iconic Britannia Bell is a popular spot for photographs, the perfect memento from your visit.
Linda, Housekeeping Team Leader, prepares the curtains, ready to be hung.
In the State Dining Room, Eileen, Housekeeper, hangs the curtains.
In the Royal Deck Tea Room, Robyn, Waiter, takes an order.
Delicious sweet and sour vegetables are prepared for an evening event on board.
Stephen, Executive Pastry Chef, pipes orange steamed pudding mixture into each cup.
The steamed puddings were served at a private dinner on board.
Freshly baked bread rolls are ready to be served.
Wioleta, Kitchen Assistant, making soup, ready to be served in the Tea Room.
Colourful flowers are displayed on the piano in the Tea Room.
Dress up in sailors outfits in the Petty Officers’ and Royal Marine Sergeants’ Mess.
Royal Nore is berthed next to Britannia, whilst Prince Philip’s former Royal Racing Yacht Bloodhound is out of the water for maintenance.
The new display in the Garage is taking shape, ready to house our Series 1 1950s Land Rover.
In the Gift Shop, Helen, Senior Sales Assistant, arranges the window display.
Keep warm with our Britannia hoodie.
We feature this beautiful William Morris soap bag and shea butter hand cream set.
The magnificent glass lift takes guests to each floor aboard Fingal.
Jacob, Fingal Maintenance Supervisor, adjusting the clocks.
Beautiful fresh flowers adorn the Fingal Reception desk.
Enjoy a cookie dough macaron, just one of the delicious flavours that you may find on Fingal's Afternoon Tea menu. (Susie Lowe)