We are delighted to announce that Waverley’s Clyde 2021 timetable has now been published following the successful completion of sea trails which took place last week. The Clyde 2021 timetable can be downloaded from our website. Bookings can be made online at waverleyexcursions.co.uk. Given the ongoing need to limit capacity to ensure physical distancing, advance booking is … Continued
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Waverley’s 2021 Timetable has been published. Bookings are now open for sailings from June 26 until August 22. Further sailings will be announced beyond August 22.
Thank you to everyone that has donated to Waverley’s Covid-19 Relief Appeal – we have now reached £350,000. Over 2,700 people donated which is a fantastic level of support, our virtual donor wall can be viewed here.
Waverley will require ongoing support to help reduce and meet operating costs. Items can be purchased from our Amazon Wish List to help prepare Waverley for passenger service.
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Coasts and Waters 20/21
In 2021 Waverley will join in celebrations to celebrate Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters 20/21. Only aboard Waverley can you steam round Ailsa Craig, cruise the spectacular Kyles of Bute, sail up the peaceful waters of Loch Fyne or take a trip “Doon the Watter” aboard a real steam ship.
In 2021 we will also mark the 75th anniversary of Waverley’s launch.
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Advance booking is recommended as passenger capacity will be restricted to ensure sufficient space on board for social distancing.Book Now
Saturday June 26 Sailing operating as timetabled
Waverley will sail from Glasgow, Kilcreggan (Coach connection from Helensburgh) and Dunoon to Tighnabruaich. Tickets can be booked online or purchased on board.
SUNDAY JUNE 27 Sailing operating as timetabled
Waverley will sail from Glasgow, Greenock and Rothesay with an afternoon cruise round Bute and through the Kyles of Bute. Tickets can be booked online or purchased on board.
Monday June 28 Sailing operating as timetabled
Waverley will sail from Glasgow, Largs, Millport (Keppel) & Lochranza with an afternoon cruise of the remote North Arran coast. Tickets can be booked online or purchased on board.
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Waverley emerged from dry dock yesterday after her three week visit. During the annual docking six paddles were renewed, steel work was replaced in the paddlebox, the bow was repaired, and her hull was repainted. After leaving dry dock Waverley berthed briefly in Greenock before undertaking sea trials to test the main engine. The trials … Continued
Waverley left her winter berth in Glasgow shortly before 2pm on Wednesday (21st April) under her own power to sail down river to Greenock for her annual dry docking. After turning at the ‘Tail of the Bank’ she berthed at Greenock’s Custom House Quay. Given that news of Waverley’s first move of the year spread … Continued