The success of summer boat trips on the River Tay has been shown with more than 1,000 people taking to the water between May and September.
Last year was the second year of the scheme, which is a project run by Perth and Kinross Council and the Tay and Earn Trust.
Members of the trust have described the Tay as “the jewel in Perth’s crown”, and due to the popularity of boat trips in 2017 it was decided to extend the choice of journeys for 2018.
This included round trips from Broughty Ferry to Perth city centre, as well as journeys from the Fergusson Pontoon and the Willowgate Activity Centre that took in historic Elcho Castle.
The local authority and the trust are working in partnership with David Anderson Marine, who provided the Broughty Ferry trips and Taymara (Tay Maritime Action).
Figures released by Perth and Kinross Council show that 385 bookings were made between May and September last year, with 1,243 people taking to the water during this period.
A council spokesman said: “These people enjoyed the sights and sounds of the River Tay and saw Perth from a different angle.”
Angus Forbes, convener of Perth and Kinross Council’s environment and infrastructure committee, said those involved in the planning of the River Tay boat trips are aiming for more success this year.
“Planning for the 2019 season is in its early stages,” he said. “However, with a second successful year under our belts, which saw the options for travellers extended in response to public demand, we are looking forward to a third summer of boating on the Tay.”
Arrangements for the 2019 season will be announced later.