More boat trips from Broughty Ferry to Perth are happening schooner rather than later.
Due to the overwhelming demand Perth and Kinross Council, in partnership with David Anderson Marine and the Tay and Earn Trust, are adding further excursions.
The popularity of the boat trips will see additional ships setting sail between September and October.
Nautical voyagers will be able to take in the City of Discovery along the River Tay before making their way to Perth.
This season’s boat trips on the Tay opened in May and organisers have received fantastic feedback from the members of the public.
Dave Anderson, the owner of David Anderson Marine said they hope to offer more trips in the future.
He said: “The new trips that we are adding to the schedule will allow people to see the V&A from the unique perspective of the river before heading up river to the beautiful city of Perth.
“We have had great feedback from people who have already undertaken the trips and hope to offer more trips in the future.
“The support from Perth and Kinross Council and The Tay and Earn Trust has really helped the trips to grow.”
Convener of Perth and Kinross Council’s environment, enterprise and infrastructure committee, Councillor Angus Forbes, added: “The River Tay is a unique asset for Perth and improving access to it by offering boat trips is a great way to attract visitors to the area.
“It is vital we continue to develop opportunities on the river. Having the pontoons in place is an important stage in continuing the delivery of the infrastructure to support this.”
Booking is now open for trips until October.
Details can be found at perthcity.co.uk/boating-on-the-tay.