A young visitor has fun on board with a photograph at the Britannia Bell.
Visitors listening to their complimentary audio guide handsets on the Verandah Deck.
In the Unwinding Room, Housekeeper, Lynn, wiping down the photo frames.
Renata, Housekeeper, polishing the wheelhouse in the Visitor Centre.
Bob, Junior Sous Chef, and Stephen, Executive Pastry Chef, laminating brioche in the Pastry Galley.
A young visitor enjoying a delicious milkshake in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
A look at the fun cupcake toppers served in the Tea Room over Easter weekend.
Our wonderful chocolate Easter sculpture on display in the Tea Room, expertly crafted by Amelia, Demi-Chef de Partie.
Lilac and lemon coloured spring flowers adorn the Royal Yacht.
Shining in the sunshine, this dolphin detail can be found at the top of the Royal Brow.
Our Gift Shop has a wonderful range of King Charles III Coronation souvenirs, including this hanging decoration.
The range also includes themed mugs and biscuit tins.
The scaffolding surrounding Bloodhound being removed.
Gary sanding the newly manufactured spare set of handrails for Fingal’s emergency gangway.
Gary shaping the end of the handrail.
Jos varnishing the top of a rope box from the Bridge.
A closer look at the varnish being applied.
Mark working on the new control box, prior to fitting aboard Bloodhound.
Aboard Fingal, each bathroom is full of nautical brass details.
The Northern Lighthouse Board flag flying high in the wind on a spring day in Leith.
The Lighthouse Restaurant & Bar has a wonderful whisky collection for guests to enjoy.
Fresh pastries are ready to be served at breakfast.