Andrew M., Visitor Assistant, welcomes a family to Britannia.
Before boarding Britannia, Visitor Assistant, Kristy, hands each visitor an audio guide handset.
Ruairidh G., Visitor Assistant, takes a photograph of visitors next to the iconic Britannia Bell.
Visitors enjoy touring the Royal Yacht’s five decks, learning about life on board for the Royal Family and Crew.
Ricky, Housekeeper, polishes a window on the tour route.
In the Bridge, Housekeeper, Eileen, ensures the brass work is gleaming.
In the Royal Deck Tea Room, Duncan, Waiter, takes an order.
Waiter, Jan, prepares a speciality coffee.
In the Pastry Galley, Stephen, Executive Pastry Chef, and Bob, Chef de Partie, make Dundee cakes.
Pawel, Commis Chef, prepares warming soup to be served in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
Freshly baked scones are removed from the oven by Sean, Chef de Partie.
Executive Pastry Chef, Stephen, places shortbread on the tray, ready to be baked.
Ian, Health, Safety and Security Advisor, performs maintenance checks on the Rolls Royce.
A wonderful model of Britannia is on display in the Gift Shop. The 1-72 scale model, by Ray Scrivens, took three years to build.
Tui, P class sailing dinghy, which can be seen in the Royal Sailing Exhibition, was given to HM The Queen during a visit to New Zealand in 1953.
We are delighted to welcome Visitor Assistant, June Purnell, to the team at Britannia.
Confectioner, Poppy, with a tray of mint chocolate flavoured fudge.
Ready to be cut to size, all our fudge is made in the onboard NAAFI by Poppy.
This miniature replica model of Britannia is the perfect memento of your visit.
In the Gift Shop, we feature the In Glorious Celebration jigsaw.
Daniel, General Assistant, is ready to welcome guests aboard Fingal.
Fingal’s Head Chef, Brendan, with delicious smoked salmon.
The salmon is smoked on board in the Galley.
Freshly foraged mushrooms are ready to be added to a dish on board Fingal.