A4 PS Waverley travel poster print.
This is an illustration of the reproduction of the PS Waverley, the last seagoing passenger-carrying paddle steamer in the world.
PS Waverley is named after Sir Walter Scott's first novel. She was built in 1946 to replace a PS waverley that was built in 1899, served in the second world war as a minesweeper and was sunk in 1940 while helping to evacuate troops from Dunkirk.
The Waverley is now listed in the national historic fleet by national historic ships uk as "a vessel of pre-eminent national importance"
A beautiful addition to any home or office.