Kenny, Visitor Assistant, takes a photograph of visitors by the Britannia Bell.
Visiting to celebrate a 70th birthday, a couple have their photo taken next to our statue of longest serving Royal Yachtsman, Ellis 'Norrie' Norrell MVO RVM.
Housekeeping Team Leader, Karina, ensures the decks of Britannia are shipshape.
Steven, Facilities Officer, washes down the quayside.
Senior Host, Gayle, stands ready to welcome visitors to the Royal Deck Tea Room.
In the Royal Deck Tea Room, Laura, Waiter, prepares to serve a tray of drinks.
Freshly baked fruit scones are made on board in the Galley.
Executive Pastry Chef, Stephen, bakes Victoria Sponge cakes, to be served in the Tea Room.
On a sunny day in Leith, swans swim past Britannia’s bow.
We welcomed a sailing ship this week in the Port of Leith.
Visitors sample our flavoured fudge, made in the onboard NAAFI, served by Confectioner, Poppy
Marking HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year, we feature this beautiful commemorative coin, available from the Britannia Gift Shop.
Gary making replacement wood edging for Fingal.
A closer look at the door entrances roundel section for Fingal.
Nigel and Ewan prepare to work on the Quarter Deck.
Ewan applies two pack primer to treat rust spots on the Quarter Deck.
Stuart connecting up the cold water supply pipework in the NAAFI.
Royal Racing Yacht Bloodhound being craned out of the water for maintenance to be carried out.
A pop of colour welcomes you aboard Fingal.
Aboard Fingal, delicious blood orange choux buns are enjoyed as part of the Afternoon Tea.
Ciprian, Housekeeper, ensures the cabin is ready for the guests' arrival.
A look down the beautiful corridor to the cabins aboard Fingal.