Regal Lady is currently having its 'MoT'; here are 10 photos of one of Scarborough's favourite attractions

The Regal Lady is to be the centrepiece of a new Dunkirk-themed attraction in Scarborough harbour.

Friday, 15th March 2019, 9:36 am
Updated Friday, 15th March 2019, 9:38 am
Our main image shows the Regal Lady and Hispaniola.
Our main image shows the Regal Lady and Hispaniola.

It will be renamed Regal Lady/Oulton Belle, as it was called when it was part of the Dunkirk fleet of "Little Ships". See the full story of the attraction HERE. But meanwhile it is currently at Grimsby having its 'MoT' and will be back to give pleasure trips through this summer. Enjoy this pictorial lookback at the Regal Lady over the years.

Our main image shows the Regal Lady and Hispaniola. This image shows the Regal Lady dwarfed by the QE2 as it sailed past in 2007.
Passengers boarding in 2010.
A plaque on board denotes the Dunkirk connection.
The ship was originally the Oulton Belle.
An exercise in 2008 simulated a fire on board the Regal Lady.
Tom Machin at the wheel in 2010.
The Regal Lady and Coronia gave trips out from Scarborough.
Plaques on the Regal Lady.
A great view of Scarborough castle.
A new future beckons for the Regal Lady.