Britain's Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will meet the crew of a replica Viking longship on the Isle of Man next week.
The royal couple will kick-start their trip on the British Island - which is part of a tour to mark Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee - on April 26, where they will be introduced to the crew of the Vital Spark, which will be part of the River Thames Diamond Jubilee pageant.
Charles and Camilla will also meet the world champion cyclist Peter Kennaugh and members of the Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man Cycling Club in Douglas after watching youngsters take part in an outdoor cycle race at the National Sports Centre.
The pair will be introduced to young farmers, politicians and representatives from charities, and they will meet local producers at the House of Manannan in Peel, where they will spend the afternoon, before concluding their tour by meeting coastguards, volunteers and members of the emergency services from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI).
Charles and Camilla are also due to meet local fishermen on the quayside in Peel and take in a tour of a sustainable scallop processing facility, where they will unveil a plaque to signal the beginning of the redevelopment.