Carol, Visitor Assistant, demonstrates how to use our audio guide handset.
Visitor Assistant, Tim, guides visitors on where to begin their audio tour.
The iconic Britannia Bell is a popular spot for photographs, as Visitor Assistant, Martha, captures a snap of a couple.
On a sunny day in Leith, visitors enjoy exploring each of the Royal Yacht’s five decks.
Eileen, Housekeeper, polishing the handrail.
Janitor, Ali, ensures the brass around the porthole is gleaming.
In the Royal Deck Tea Room, Gayle, Waiter, welcomes visitors at the end of their tour.
Treat yourself to one of our Easter cupcakes and delicious milkshakes.
The adorable cupcakes will be served in the Tea Room over Easter Weekend, 19th - 21st April.
Rafal, Junior Sous Chef, preparing crab.
The crab will be added to a dish served at an evening event on board.
A look at our delicious macarons, made on board by Executive Pastry Chef, Stephen.
Take in the beautiful views across the Firth of Forth from the Tea Room.
Visitors take a look around the Bridge, as the dress ship flags fly high above Britannia.
On the Verandah Deck, visitors can take a closer look out to sea.
Carol, Visitor Assistant, welcomes back Yottie, Mike Whittrick, who served on board from 1961 to 1964.
In the Gift Shop, Carol, Sales Assistant, chats to Yottie, Mike, after his tour.
Young visitors with cuddly corgis.
In the Gift Shop, treat yourself to an item from the luxurious Noble Isle range.
This adorable fluffy highland cow toy is available from our Gift Shop.
Arleta, Commis Chef, prepares caramel sauce in the Fingal Galley.
Arleta, Commis Chef, and Wioleta, Kitchen Assistant, check the temperature.
Delicious freshly baked scones are prepared for Afternoon Tea aboard Fingal.
This week, the Fingal team took part in a training day.