A 'gastronomic voyage' was prepared by the landlord of a West Wight pub, which celebrated the sixth hosting of its RMS Titanic evening on Saturday.

More than 50 people in formal dress enjoyed a ten-course meal at the Wheatsheaf, Yarmouth.

Landlords Shaun and Kathryn Rayner have put on the event since 2014.

Originally, the food was taken from a combination of the different menus which was served to the first class, second class and third class passengers.

Kathryn said: "The menu has changed over the years, so, this year, Shaun decided to do his own ten-course meal which he thought would go down well on the night.

"Among the courses we had were fillet of stone bass; pan-fried crumbed lamb cutlet; chicken Maryland and smoked salmon, prawn and dill pate.

"It was absolutely fantastic and the food was superb, especially the lamb, and the variety of dishes were accompanied by a selection from Wight and Wessex Wines.

"Guests were also entertained with a recording of the music from the White Star Orchestra who were performing on the Titanic as it was sinking and the orchestra is still going today. This year we also had a Titanic quiz."

The pub hosts a quiz each Sunday from 8pm and also has an Indian night planned for Wednesday, February 6.