Built by A. Taylor at Sandown, Isle of Wight in 1907, 'Theresa' was designed by Albert Strange.
'Skian' is an early Memory 19, purchased as a wreck in 2017, rebuilt as a lugger with water ballast system, re-cycled Romilly 22 mast and new mainsail, launched May 2018.
'Thistle', previously known as 'Trix' until 1946, was built in Scotland, 1909 to an Alfred Mylne design. In 2006, she was renamed again, 'Lady Trix' following a major restoration in France.
'Stonechat' was built in Essex by Austin Edge, who planned to use her for short-handed cruising in the North Sea, hence the small cockpit. She is loosely based on a Colin Archer design, but is built in ferrocement.
Susan J is a Heard 28, built in 1991 by Gaffers and Luggers and has cruised extensively.
'Bunty' was built in 1912 by RS Burt as a yacht on Falmouth Quay Punt lines. She was lost in 1986 after breaking up on shoals following a grounding.
'Camilla' was built in 1894 by Alexander Robertson at his yard in Sandbank, Argyll.
'Pleione' was built in West Mersea by William Wyatt to a John Leather design in 1960.
'Egret' is a Highlander 18 designed by Selway Fisher Design and built by two sailing enthusiasts to an exceptional standard in 2005.
Pippin is an epoxy ply Swallow Bayraider Yawl with water ballast and a centreboard.
Cariad is a Cornish Crabber 26.
'Severn' was built in Arnside, Cumbria in 1912 by William Crossfield & Sons. In 2018 she was bought by Arnside Sailing Club with the help of a Heritage Lottery grant to have an example Crossfield's boat in the village.