Cariad is a Cornish Crabber 26.
'Rosanna' is a one-off gaff rigged yawl built in 1960 by Everson & Sons of Woodbridge, with a sail plan designed by Maurice Griffiths.
Gwennol Dhu is a Heard 35, hull number 2, which was bought from Gaffers and Luggers to finish at home but was never sailed.
'Anny Ann' is a 1989 Tamarisk 29, a traditional long keeled yacht with gaff rig.
'Marjory' is a 16'9" Shilling gaff yawl designed and built by Phil Swift of Willow Bay Boats - in cedar strip/epoxy, 1998. She was the first Shilling he built.
Built c.1896, there are some gaps in what we know about 'Madeline' . . .
Nancy Blackett was built in 1931 by Hillyards of Littlehampton. Between 1934 and 1938 she was owned by the children's author, Arthur Ransome. She inspired his book 'We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea', in which she is featured as the 'Goblin'. She also appears in its sequel 'Secret Water'. She is now owned by the Nancy Blackett Trust.
Gwenili is a very well known gaffer on the East Coast of England, having spent the last 50 years in the Area. She has been well maintained over that time and is a regular participant in racing and cruising events. In 2019, she was sold and taken to Thessaloniki, Greece.
The 'Williams II', formerly 'Haabet', a Baltic Trader built in 1914, will set sail for the Antarctic in 2019.
'Mist' was designed by Albert Strange in 1906 and built in 1907 for cruising the western isles of Scotland.