This morning Waverley’s forward funnel was lifted and placed back in position restoring the ship’s identity. Great care was taken to ensure both funnels are exactly as they should be. After taking final measurements to confirm the exact distance between the tops of both funnels they will now be welded to the new deck. We … Continued
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Waverley’s boiler refit began in January but progress was limited during the Covid-19 lockdown. The refit is now progressing well again, the ship’s iconic funnels have recently been reinstated and work is focused internally to complete the electrical and boiler installation.
Given the overwhelming support for Waverley we will strive to return her to service when it is right to do so. Our priority is to complete the boiler refit and fully test the ship. We have yet to take the final decision on whether Waverley will operate in service in 2020 or not.
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Waverley’s aft funnel has been reinstated as the boiler refit continues. While visually Waverley is starting to look more herself there are ongoing internal works to complete before testing of the new boilers and electrical systems can begin. The forward funnel will be reinstated soon but is a more complex task given the boiler exhaust … Continued
45 years ago today on 22nd May 1975 Waverley carried her first passengers while being operated in preservation following her purchase by the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society (PSPS) for £1 just 9 months before. A YouTube video is available showing her first sailing as she departed Glasgow as well as other clips from the summer … Continued