Waverley Paddle Steamer Glasgow
The famous Waverley, offers day, afternoon and evening cruises throughout the summer months. Regular sailings depart from 15 ports and piers (including Glasgow Science Centre; Helensburgh; Greenock; Ayr; Largs; Dunoon and more) to cruise and explore the Lochs and Isles of the Firth of Clyde.
The Glasgow Science Centre is within easy reach of the Argyll Hotel.
Tickets and free sailing programme can be obtained from most local Tourist Information Centres.
The boat was built in 1947 after the original Waverley sunk off Dunkirk in 1940. Today it is probably the most photographed vessel in the world.
The Waverley is now owned by a Scottish charity and is registered for up to 800 passengers. Waverley is available for Charter, Group Outings and private parties.
So why not take a leisurely and picturesque trip doon the water of the Clyde as far as Dunoon, Rothesay, Tighnabruaich, Largs, Millport and Holy Isle & Pladda on the Waverley, the last ocean going paddle steamer in the world.
Call the Booking Hotline on 0845 1304647 for details.