One of the last Nobbys built by Crossfields of Arnside, June 1937, Maryll was registered as a yacht in 1948.
'North Star' is a fine example of Tamarisk 24, built in 1978.
Thumble is a Mark 1 Cornish Crabber.
'Ragamuffin' is a Heard 28, built by Terry Heard in 1970, Mylor, Cornwall. She has been kept in the Netherlands since the late 1970s.
Maude is a Tamarisk 29 based on lines taken directly from a Falmouth fishing boat of the early 20th century.
Mareea's first owner bought the hull of a Salcombe Trader, from Buccaneer Boats, and fitted her out himself.
Alex Kimble commissioned Alice Pellow from new in 1989, naming her after his Granny.
There is little known about the history of 'Harbinger' before 1970, though she was built before 1917, when the last Nobby was launched.
'Corncockle' is a Heard 28 built 1993.
Charm sails regularly in events on the East Coast of England.
'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.