Peaks and troughs for PS Waverley

The Waverley is among the last sea-going steam ships in the world.

She has hit the headlines again after running aground on Monday at Girvan Harbour during a routine summer excursion with 740 people on board.

Clyde-built and launched in 1947, she replaced the previous Waverley which was sunk at Dunkirk in 1940.

In 1974, she was bought by enthusiasts from the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society for just

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