14 October 2022
Photography has always played an important role on Britannia. While she was in service, there was always a 'Yottie' appointed, nicknamed 'Snaps', to take photographs of life on board the Royal Yacht.
In keeping with this tradition, we now have our own Photographer in Residence, who has been capturing our very own Weekly 'Snaps' - a collection of snapshots of life around the ship today.
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Our visitors travel from all over the world to see The Royal Yacht Britannia. A family from Switzerland on the outer deck.
Both Britannia and Fingal can exclusively be yours for an evening. Sous Chef Rafal, preparing spinach for one of these special events.
New acquisitions to Britannia have gone on display in the Sun Lounge. These copies of paintings are by the Duke of Edinburgh and Edward Seago from when the artist joined Britannia in Australia during The Duke of Edinburgh’s 1956-57 World Tour.
These sparkling gifts are certain to turn heads and provide a perfect finishing touch to a special outfit.
Gary and Steph finishing off the deck head framing in the Training Room, formerly the Junior Rates’ Dining Hall.
Shaken or stirred? Fingal’s Lighthouse Martini would surely be James Bond’s favourite drink at The Lighthouse Bar.
Arleta, Chef de Partie, preparing lamb and harissa pin wheels as part of the indulgent five-courses of sweet and savoury Afternoon Tea treats at Fingal.
Salted Caramel macarons will feature within the new Afternoon Tea menu filled with tempting deliciousness.