Storm is a shrimping bawley but was never used for fishing; she was always a yacht. She was owned twice by Maurice Griffiths and features in his books.
Built in 1997, 'Charlie' is of GRP construction in the hull and decks, with extensive use of hardwood finishes. 'Charlie's' home port is the Cardiff Bay Yacht Club in Cardiff Bay.
Built by John Tyrell from a mould taken from the 1932 Smack Yacht Secret. 'Henrietta' is number 8
Second of an Ed Burnett designed new class. No 1 was named 'Zinnia', 'Meagan' was built 1998 to 2000.
'Odd Times' comes from West Mersea where there has been a fishing boat of that name since the early 19th century. In 2019, she's moored on the Hamble River, in Hampshire.
Lila of Cowes is a Wylo 35.5 built in Cowes in 2014. She is a steel gaff rigged cutter designed by Nick Skeates and professionally built by Voyaging Yachts.
'Bravore' is a sprit-rigged double-ender. Originally an inshore fishing vessel, now a coastal cruiser.
Beagle of Woodbridge is a Cornish Trader.
Built in teak on oak, with laid pine decks, 'Hypatia' was originally a centreboard yacht, drawing 3'. She is believed to have been sold to Russia in 1936, and returned after the war.
Molly Oxford is a gaff cutter fitted out in 1989 by Robertsons of Woodbridge, based on a Heard 28 GRP hull built in Falmouth.
Ploughboy was built as a yacht for John Jackson of Walney Island as a replacement for Cock O'North which was wrecked on her maiden voyage. In 1960s and 70s she was owned by John Gill a house master at Rossall School south of Fleetwood and used to take pupils on sailing trips. She is now based in North Wales