Visitors standing by the statue of longest serving Royal Yachtsmen Ellis 'Norrie' Norrell MVO RVM.
There are many great spots to take a souvenir photograph of your time on board.
Renata, Housekeeper, cleaning the windows that provide the first look of Britannia for visitors.
Andy, Facilities Officer, washing the Rolls-Royce on the quayside.
A favourite all year round, Cullen Skink, a traditional smoked haddock soup.
Creating the perfect coffee, complete with a chocolate powder stencil of the Royal Yacht.
Junior Sous Chef, Bob, prepares pastry for eclairs.
A touch of indulgence, Shetland oak smoked salmon with lemon, cream cheese and cracked black pepper served on wholemeal bread.
By British artist Sir Antony Gormley, OBE, a sculpture of a man stands at the end of the old pier.
Former Royal Racing Yacht Bloodhound is back beside the pontoon.
Perfect for your morning cup of tea, our mug marks the launch of the Royal Yacht in 1953.
Add a touch of sparkle to any outfit with these bejewelled rings.
Alastair assembling the calorifier tank for Royal Nore.
Gary making new lattice work to go in the boards.
Gary repairing duck boards off the port or starboard whaler.
Jos and Rab applying a second coat of Britannia blue paint to the port hull.
The painting process takes a variety of stages until the final coat is applied.
A closer look at the painting, you can see where it has been sanded back.
Take full advantage of the fantastic acts at the Edinburgh festival's this August and stay aboard Fingal with our Fingal's Festival Break package, the perfect retreat.
Embroidered with the Fingal trident, soft bathrobes to curl up in the comfort of your cabin.
Bright for summer, a fresh fruit platter.
A must for any Afternoon Tea, freshly baked scones, perfect to pair with Perthshire Preserves strawberry jam and clotted cream.