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Waverley ready for a 17-day Clyde excursion season

The historic Waverley paddle steamer is due to begin sailings again after being out of service for a year, and is ready for a 17-day Clyde excursion season.

The 70-year-old ship missed the 2019 season as it waited for urgent repairs.

Last September, the operators of the steamer received a £1m grant from the Scottish government to help with the restoration.

Clyde sailings will run from 21 August until 6 September, but with “significantly limited” capacity because of Covid-19 restrictions.

Details of further sailings can be found below.

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