Bonify was built between 1980 and 1993 to the lines of the American Carol class cutter, designed in 1924 by John Hanna as a big sister to his more famous Tahiti ketch.
Satellite is a Golant Gaffer built by her first owner and launched in 2017.
'Jezebel' is a Crabber 17 built in 1998.
'Ruffler' is a Memory 18, Saltern's built in 2000.
'The John and Elsie' is a Tela, 16' 6" gaff-rigged dayboat. The class was built from a mould taken from a 3/4 decked work boat built in 1911, a Seeker Boat working out of Barry Docks. Shown with old sails
'Fortuna III' is a Hillyard 28' wooden Bermudan cutter, built in 1931 and recognised as the sister ship to Arthur Ransome's 'Nancy Blackett'.
'Quinque' was built in 1911 at Everson's Yard, Woodbridge, Suffolk to a Sibbick design.
'Undine' was built 1889 at Menai Straits, by G Edwards to the design of the original owner J.H.Cousins. Typical of her time, she was a "plank on edge" gaff cutter, with clipper bow, narrow beam and heavy lead keel to keep her upright. Her original length on deck was 33', increased to 35' by the addition of 2' to her counter.
Katie Morag is a Cornish Crabber 22 built in 2002. No 32.