15 November 2018
Maid of the Loch has taken a step forward in getting the Loch Lomond paddle steamer up and running thanks to Summerlee Heritage Museum. The ship has received two boiler feed pumps from the museum, a critical component in getting the ship sailing once again.
27 September 2018
Statement by John Beveridge, Chairman of Loch Lomond Steamship Company
20 September 2018
Loch Lomond paddle steamer, Maid of the Loch, has been given a £25,000 grant from Historic Environment Scotland to carry out essential repair work on Balloch Pier, the first phase in the campaign to get the historic ship ready to sail once again.
30 August 2018
The Wolfson Foundation and The Swire Charitable Trust have pushed the boat out with sizable donations to boost the restoration campaign for Loch Lomond’s famous paddle steamer, Maid of the Loch.
20 August 2018
Once in a lifetime opportunity to bring the Maid of the Loch back to her former glory! Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced engineers to manage this exciting project.
16 August 2018
The last paddle steamer to be built in Britain, Maid of the Loch, has appointed two new members to its board of trustees as it nears its final funding target.
23 July 2018
The original buoyancy bences are back on-board the historic ship!
12 July 2018
Help facilitate an efficient start to the forthcoming refit of the Maid.
01 July 2018
The last paddle steamer built in Britain, Maid of the Loch, is appealing to volunteers to throw them a lifeline as they get set to sail around Loch Lomond once again.
24 May 2018
PS Maid of The Loch enetered service in May 1953, carrying millions of passengers over the years, including Queen Elizabeth II
The last paddle steamer to be built in Britain and the largest ever vessel built for an inland loch
Moore at Balloch pier since 1981, ship set to sail again following successful £5.5m regeneration campaign