Waverley leaving Brodick, Isle of Arran
Photographed on 23 July 2008 after my friend Colin and I had disembarked from a day-long cruise up to Loch Long and back.
Waverley is the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world, registered to carry 925 passengers. Built in 1947 by A & J Inglis Ltd. of Pointhouse, Glasgow, and registered in Glasgow.
LOA: 73.13 m, Moulded breadth: 9.14 m, Draught (summer load): 1.94 m. GRT: 693.13, NRT: 327.39. Crew: 30, Service speed: 14.5 knots.
Picture added on 26 July 2008