'Wendy May' is the last of four sister ships, built in 1936, based on Maurice Griffiths' design 'Olive Mary'.
Tamara is a Cornish Shrimper 21.
Katie is one of only two Baltic One Design GRP gaff cutters taken off the hull of gentleman's cutter 'Fortuna'.
'Peggy' is an ex working prawning boat, believed to have been built about 1910 by Crossfields at Arnside, Morcambe Bay. She worked out of Maryport under registration number MT13.
Designed by Francis Jones, 'Hazelisle' is a classic 'one-off' built to 100 A1 at Lloyds in 1952
'Roma' was built in 1907 of pitch pine on massive oak frames as a salmon fishing boat. No two timbers are the same distance apart, clearly built by eye. Converted to a yacht in 1919 with two berths.
Iskra was built by David Hillyard in 1930 as a straight keeled gaff cutter yacht typical of the period. Since the 1960s she has sailed extensively and had a full refit in the 1990s.
Oran na Mara is a powerful little cutter of the Sea Scamp class
Manuvera is a great sailor, and had crossed the channel over 60 times before her engine was installed in 2013