The Clyde season is now in full swing as Waverley makes her way around the many towns and villages of the Firth of Clyde. Over the past few days she has provided the perfect platform to view the Firth in all its spender in perfect sailing conditions.
Waverley arrives back at Tarbert on Wednesday 3rd July after her first Loch Fyne cruise of 2013
Waverley arrives at Greenock Custom House Quay on Sunday 7th July
Berthing at Greenock
Waverley gathers speed going astern from Lochranza Pier in perfect conditions before heading over to Skipness Point
Arriving back at Lochranza as the brakes go on!
Waverley departs Greenock heading up river to Glasgow at the end of a glorious day
The weather forecast for the next few days looks favourable and therefore what better way to spend a day or indeed an evening! The Branch Evening charter will take place on Thursday departing Millport at 1805 and Largs at 1900 for a cruise to view the north Arran coast. Tickets are still available for this unique cruise by calling 0845 130 4647 or from the Waverley website or buy your tickets on-board.
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