You are invited to sail on CRSC’s Nominated Excursion to Ardrishaig aboard PS Waverley on Sunday 30 July.
Specially discounted tickets for this trip can be bought here.
These fares are available only to paid-up CRSC members who wish to purchase tickets for themselves, their family and friends.
If you are not yet a member, you can join here for £15 and automatically recoup part of your cruise fare. You will also get all the other benefits of membership.
The July 30 sailing is the only time Waverley will visit Ardrishaig from the Upper Firth in 2023.
This is a great opportunity for enthusiasts and their friends to meet, sail and talk together.
The steamer will depart from Glasgow, Greenock and Largs, and proceed via Garroch Head to Tarbert and Ardrishaig, with time ashore. The return journey will be via the Kyles of Bute. Click here for the timetable.
CRSC fares for the July 30 trip are as follows:
Glasgow to Ardrishaig — £46 (discounted from £59) or £10 for kids (no meal)
Greenock/Largs to Ardrishaig — £43 (discounted from £53) or £10 for kids (no meal)
with meal option:
Glasgow to Ardrishaig with two course meal and hot drink — £59 for adults and £16 for kids
Greenock/Largs to Ardrishaig with two course meal and hot drink — £56 for adults and £16 for kids
Make your booking now by clicking here.
To view Waverley’s complete summer timetable, click here.
Passengers who take advantage of CRSC’s discounted fares will not be sent tickets/meal vouchers in advance of the sailing. Waverley’s purser will have a list of names of everyone who has booked through CRSC: please collect your tickets/meal vouchers from the Purser’s Office after boarding on the day of the excursion.
How about joining CRSC? You can do so for just £15 by clicking here — and you’ll receive all the benefits, including our annual Review of west coast ship movements, a 56-page colour magazine, discounts on photo offers and access to photo-rich ‘members only’ posts. You will also be able to take advantage of our discounted fares for the July 30 excursion to Ardrishaig.
Published on 1 July 2023