Following her sale to Waverley Steam Navigation, the World's Last Seagoing Paddle Steamer, Waverley, has been operated from a base at Anderston Quay, Glasgow from 1975 to 1977. With impending redevelopment of the quayside at Andeston Quay the WSN base moved to this location in one-time port warehouses and offices at Stobcross Quay. Across the river can be seen the old dockside sheds at Plantation Quay, a berth that would become the paddle steamer's base over 25 years later in 2004. After five years at Stobcross Quay the paddler's base was moved again, to allow for the redevelopment of the Queen's Dock and Stobcross Quay into the SECC. WSN and the paddler moved to No 35 Lancefield Quay, just downstream of the 1975 base. Subsequently, as the old dock sheds at Lancefield were redeveloped for residential purposes, the paddler moved her berth back to Anderston Quay although the offices remained in the Lancefield Quay building. The construction of the Clyde Arc bridge in 2005-06 forced the paddler to relocate again her base berth, to Plantation Quay at the new Glasgow Science Centre, in 2004.