Reserved during service for use by the Royal Family, a group take a photo at the Royal Brow.
Visitors can listen to their audio guides, now available in 31 languages.
Lynn, Housekeeper, cleans the porthole in the Admiral's Cabin.
Housekeeper, Anhelina, helping to keep all ship shape.
A delicious daily special, butternut squash soup.
As the days grow colder, the Royal Deck Tea Room has the perfect warming drink.
Stephen, Executive Pastry Chef, tempering chocolate.
Bob, Junior Sous Chef, with pineapple and mango pâte de fruits.
Autumn brings beautiful sunsets at the working Port of Leith.
A warm welcome to our new Events Manager, Lisa Johnson.
Tracey, Assistant Shop Manager, putting the finishing touches on the new Noble Isle display.
Our countdown to the festive season has begun with these snowflake candle holders.
Nigel polishing up the chrome on the davit speed control wheel prior to being fitted back. Also pictured are a couple of newly varnished handrails ready to back on the Verandah Deck.
When finished, the wheel will then be put back into place on the Shelter Deck.
Euan removing the guard, ready to fit a new disc.
Ben giving the Engineers' Workshop down on the Platform Deck a new coat of paint.
Mark on Bloodhound fitting the cross traveller to the new structure wood cross section.
A closer look.
Mouth-watering, a chocolate delice as part of the sweet treats in the Afternoon Tea on Fingal.
A savoury delight of goats' cheese mousse with pickled beetroot.
Exquisite details in each of the 22 cabins with brass elements.
The pillows feature colours from the land and sea, reflecting Fingal's journeys to remote lighthouses and are handwoven by Araminta Campbell.