Heather, Senior Sales Assistant, provides a warm welcome.
Visitor Assistant, Roger, chats to visitors.
In the Visitor Centre, visitors learn about the original wheelhouse.
June, Visitor Assistant, takes a photograph of visitors next to the iconic Britannia Bell.
Ali, Housekeeper, washes down the steps leading to the Royal Deck Tea Room.
Housekeeper, Michael, polishes a handrail.
The Royal Deck Manager, Niranjan, provides table service.
Rosie, Waiter, serves freshly baked cakes in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
In the Galley, Rafal, Junior Sous Chef, prepares soup and smoked paprika potato wedges for service.
The finishing touches are added to the soup.
Duncan, Waiter, is ready to serve in the Royal Deck Tea Room.
Michal, Junior Sous Chef, places cheese scones in the oven.
Visitors can see Britannia’s original wheelhouse, located in the Visitor Centre.
A new addition to the tour route features 14 photographs documenting the build of the Royal Yacht at John Brown and Company shipyard in Clydebank.
On the quayside, visitors can read facts and figures about our Phantom V Rolls Royce.
Take in the stunning views across the Firth of Forth from the Verandah Deck.
Alyssa, Sales Assistant, offers a sample of our flavoured fudge, made in the onboard NAAFI.
Relax with a cup of speciality tea from Britannia’s Gift Shop.
Britannia’s traditional Scottish shortbread is the perfect accompaniment to a cup of tea.
Our large fudge tasting box makes the perfect present.
The new outdoor seating has arrived aboard Fingal.
Exquisite welcome sweet treats are ready to be placed in each cabin aboard Fingal for when guests arrive.
Aaron, Chef de Partie, checks on the smoked salmon.
The delicious salmon is smoked on board in Fingal’s Galley.