Waverley cast off from Glasgow this morning (Saturday 28th May) for her first trip “Doon the Watter” in what is a milestone year for the famous Clyde steamer. In just under three weeks she will celebrate the 75th anniversary of her maiden voyage. Waverley Excursions General Manager, Paul Semple, commented “It is fantastic to see … Continued
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Waverley will start her 2022 season on Saturday May 28 operating on the Firth of Clyde. From June 6 until June 13 Waverley will cruise the magical Western Isles and then return to the Clyde from June 16 to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of her Maiden Voyage. Tickets for all sailings from May 28 until August 28 are now on sale.
Our Scottish sailings timetables can be viewed online.
We are currently liaising with ports and piers in England and Wales to confirm Waverley’s timetable beyond August 28.
Annual Sailing Passes and Go Anywhere Vouchers are on sale for the 2022 season.
Support Waverley by making a donation
Maintaining a historic steamship in seagoing condition is costly and requires support from many individuals and organisations. During the recent winter refit over £450,000 has been spent directly on Waverley to carry out maintenance and refurbishment work.
If you are able to support our work and donate to help us afford the ongoing maintenance costs we would be very grateful. All donations small or large will be most welcome, if you can Gift Aid your donation this will add 25p to every £1 donated. Donations can be made online today or by calling our office on 0141 243 2224.
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This season we celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Waverley’s maiden voyage which took place on 16th June 1947.
Tickets can now be booked for all sailings up to August 28. Book online or call 0141 243 2224.
This season we are anticipating the daily cost of fuel will increase by over £2,000. We have therefore reluctantly introduced a small fuel surcharge of £2 or £3 on Adult and Senior tickets. The surcharge will help towards meeting this increased cost. We will continue to monitor the cost of fuel and adjust the fuel surcharge accordingly.
Bookings for other areas beyond August 28 will open after the timetables are released.Book Now
SUNDAY MAY 29 Sailing operating as timetabled
Waverley will sail from Glasgow (1030), Greenock (1215), Largs (1340) and Brodick (1510) for a cruise to Whiting Bay and Round Holy Isle. Tickets can be booked in advance online or by calling 0141 243 2224 or purchased on board when you sail. Kids go FREE from Brodick.
MONDAY MAY 30 Sailing operating as timetabled
Waverley will sail from Glasgow (1000), Dunoon (1215) and Rothesay (1315) for a cruise of the Bute coast and Kilchattan Bay. Tickets can be booked online or by calling 0141 243 2224 or purchased on board when you sail.
TUESDAY MAY 31 Sailing operating as timetabled
Waverley will sail from Glasgow (1130), Greenock (1315), Kilcreggan (1335) and Blairmore (1400) for an afternoon cruise of Loch Goil and Loch Long to Arrochar. Please note that Glasgow passengers will return via complimentary coach from Greenock. Tickets can be purchased online or by calling 0141 243 2224 or purchase on board when you sail.
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Waverley is set to cast off from Glasgow on Saturday May 28 on the first cruise of the summer season when she makes her way “Doon the Watter” to Rothesay and then through the stunning Kyles of Bute to Tighnabruaich. With tickets now on sale the famous steamship will offer a variety of sailings on … Continued
Waverley set off from her Winter berth on the River Clyde in Glasgow on Tuesday morning (19 April) shortly after 10am. She navigated her way ‘Doon the Watter’ turning at the Tail of the Bank before berthing at Greenock’s Custom House Quay. From there she was moved the short distance to Garvel dry dock by … Continued