A floating hotel
The boat is lovely, all constrcuted of teak, old fashioned by with all mod cons. All the cabins face outwards to the prominade deck where there are a couple of loungers outside for looking at the passing scenery.
The boat was built in Scotland in 1947, it is no longer steam powered, but up until the late 1990s it carried local cargo and passengers. Now tastefully converted, its has retained many period furniture and a collection of historic artefacts, prints and antiques. Dining room
Three meals a day are included, and jolly good they are too. All shore excursions are also included.