February 2021 update

To all our passengers, supporters and followers… Despite our best hopes, the Covid-19 situation in the United Kingdom has meant that we have had to cancel our Clyde Cruises for 2021, these are the first cruises of the season. Our vessel “VIC 32” remains ready for action, and it is […]

The Sophisticated Children’s Alphabet

This new book, fresh off the press, by Nick Walker, is an entertaining and amusing alphabet to dip into on a wet day, or any time you have a spare moment. It will add to your general knowledge of interesting facts and trivia. A must for all families and a […]

All 2020 Cruises now cancelled

Very sadly we have cancelled all cruises for our 2020 season due to the impossibility of putting in place social distancing regulations on board the boat.   Looking to the future we are now taking bookings for our 2021 season. Keep safe every one and we very much look forward […]

Puffer Cancellations

We are all in the same boat.  Due to the Coronavirus pandemic this years work parties were sadly cancelled.   All of our cruises up to June 21 have had to be cancelled or postponed until 2021.   We sincerely hope to resume our cruising schedule on June 21.   […]

Inverness Open Day!

The people of Inverness are enjoying the chance to have a look round the Puffer today as she prepares for her next boatful of passengers to arrive later this afternoon. Not only is there a very jaunty sign on the gangway but once inside there is the chance to buy […]

VIC32 in The Caledonian Canal

Great New Photos

Karl Heath has sent us these wonderful photos of the Puffer.  The first one shows the Puffer moving along with the Jacobite Steam train.  Anyone who has been present at this spectacle will know that there is a lot of tooting from the the Puffer and from the train – […]

Great Opportunity!

  Apart from this there is still a single berth available for a Caledonian Canal cruise departing September 15. Please contact Cathy using the details above.

More Photos!

We received these wonderful pictures from Puffer passenger Karl Heath recently.  They were all taken of the Free Trips that the Puffer did a couple of weekends ago and are based in and around Crinan. Auld Reekie (VIC 27) is currently being restored at the Crinan boatyard. For further details […]