Built in 1925 for 'under £300' Ariel is a well constructed and practical small cruising gaff cutter designed by Albert Strange.
Nutmeg was built in 1996 as Rebecca. She is a Sea Otter design and a winner at the Wooden Boat Show at Greenwich 1996.
Reduced to £7,500 - '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.
Glory is a Cornish Crabber Yawl built in 1989.
'Heron' is a Memory 19, built in 2006.
Mareea's first owner bought the hull of a Salcombe Trader, from Buccaneer Boats, and fitted her out himself.
'Benita' is a Twister, designed by Kim Holman and built in 1980.
'Nanette' was built at Arnside in 1933. She has a classic yacht form, with curved raking transom on a counter, typical of the Crossfield yard.
Ellen, a Tamarisk 24 replica Itchen Ferry gaff cutter, described by one of her owners as 'a delight to sail', was built in 1983.
1930s 23ft gaff cutter built by Ernest Woods at Horning, Norfolk. One of only two hulls built to a design by Mr G Cozens.