Britannia’s original Binnacle is housed in the Visitor Centre, away from the elements.
Kenny, Visitor Assistant, welcomes visitors to Britannia.
Visitor Assistant, Tim, hands each visitor an audio guide handset before boarding the Royal Yacht.
Visitors can take in the stunning views across the Firth of Forth from the Verandah Deck.
Housekeeping Team Leader, Linda, cleans the signage next to our Phantom V Rolls Royce.
On the quayside, Ali, Housekeeper, removes excess water from the red carpet.
Waiter, Rachel, provides table service in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
Michal, Junior Sous Chef, prepares ramekins of Nutella.
Michal made fresh pancakes in the Tea Room on Shrove Tuesday.
Visitors had a choice of toppings including Nutella, maple syrup, lemon juice and raspberries.
Richard, Head Chef, adds olive oil to trays of red peppers.
Smoked paprika is added to the peppers prior to being cooked for our roasted vine plum tomato and red pepper soup.
We were delighted to welcome volunteers from the Water of Leith Conservation Trust.
The team planted native plants from the Edinburgh shoreline in our quayside planters.
Our quayside planters will flower later in the year.
French naval vessel, Normandie, was berthed in the Port of Leith this week.
Karon, Sales Assistant, offers a sample of flavoured fudge, made in the onboard NAAFI.
Treat the ‘Queen Bee’ in your life with one of these mugs, available in the Gift Shop.
Our Britannia jam is available online and in the Gift Shop, including these tasty flavours.
Miniature jars are also available, the perfect accompaniment to a freshly baked scone.
Colourful fresh flowers adorn the tables in Fingal’s stunning Ballroom.
Chef de Partie, George, adds the finishing touches to a lighthouse-shaped pancake stack.
The finished creation marked Shrove Tuesday aboard Fingal.
Relax in the Lighthouse Bar with a warming cup of coffee.