Shaun, Visitor Assistant, chats to visitors before they start their tour of Britannia.
A photograph next to the iconic Britannia Bell makes the perfect memento.
Visitors enjoy trying on sailor’s outfits in the Royal Marine Sergeants’ and Petty Officers’ Mess.
A look up to the Verandah Deck aboard Britannia.
Eileen, Housekeeper, polishes the glass of the Chief Petty Officers' sleeping quarters.
On the quayside, Housekeeper, Ali, ensures the Rolls Royce Phantom V is gleaming.
Rosie, Waiter, prepares to serve delicious scones.
In the Royal Deck Tea Room, Waiter, Gregor, takes visitors' orders.
Richard, Head Chef, begins to plate up a dish for an exclusive evening event on board.
Preparing our delicious coconut sorbet and mango salad dessert, served at a private dinner on board.
Michal, Junior Sous Chef, with freshly baked bread rolls.
The bread rolls are served on board at an evening event.
Visitors pose for a photo on the Verandah Deck, taking in the views across the Firth of Forth.
Beautiful fresh flowers adorn the Royal Yacht.
Visitors explore the Bridge as they start their tour of the Royal Yacht's five decks.
A young visitor with Clarence the Cuddly Corgi.
Zoe, Merchandiser, chats to a visitor in the Gift Shop.
Keep the kids entertained this summer with our fantastic selection of games.
Challenge yourself with this 1000-piece jigsaw of the Royal Yachts off Cowes in 1966.
Enjoy a cup of Afternoon Tea or Earl Grey.
Rachel, Receptionist, and Kirsty, Guest Relations Duty Manager, are ready to welcome guests aboard Fingal.
A selection of fresh berries and pancakes, ready to be served during breakfast service.
Arleta, Commis Chef, adds the icing to blueberry mousse.
The blueberry mousse and vanilla sponge sweet treats are part of Fingal’s Afternoon Tea menu.