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River Gravel Barge built 1926 by Harris, P K & Sons Ltd, Appledore


Advance (VIC 24)

Victualling Inshore Craft built 1942 by Dunston, Richard, Thorne

National Historic Fleet


Airy Mouse

Ketch built 1894 by Watty, W H


Aline

Ketch built 1958 by Hillebrandt, Ostend


Amelia Rose

Fifie built 1932 by Macduff Engineering, Macduff


Ardeola

Brown Owl Class built 1935 by Silver, James A Ltd, Rosneath


Asco

Fast Seagoing Motor Boat built 1941 by Watercraft of Molesey, Molesey


Barcadale

built 1938 by Herd & MacKenzie, Buckie

National Historic Fleet


Barnabas

St Ives Pilchard driver built 1881 by Trevorrow, Henry, St Ives.


Bessie Ellen

West Country Trading Ketch built 1904 by Kelly, W S, Plymouth


Blue Linnet

built 1938 by Forbes, J & G Ltd, Sandhaven


Britannia

Boston Smack built 1915 by Worfolk Bros, Kings Lynn


CANNIS

built 1953 by Dunston, Richard, Thorne


Cathryn

Brixham Trawler built 1955 by Unknown


Charmian of Poole

Cutter built 1914 by Allen, W, Poole


City of Bradford III

Watson Class Lifeboat built 1954 by White, J Samuel & Co Ltd, Cowes, Isle of Wight


Cleone

Pleasure Yacht built 1860 by Unknown


Concord

built 1937 by King & Sons, H, Pinmill

National Historic Fleet


Cornubia

Pilot Cutter built 1911 by Slade, J & Sons, Polruan


Darby

Bristol Tar Barge built 1903 by Cock, Robert & Sons, Appledore


Dartmouth Castle

Excursion built 1948 by Philip & Son, Dartmouth


Dawn

Yawl built 1905 by Thomas, W E, Falmouth


Devon Belle

Excursion built 1947 by Johnson & Jago, Leigh on Sea, Essex


Devonia Belle

built 1943 by Unknown


Dilkusha

Racing Yacht built 1931 by Berthon Boat Co Ltd, Lymington


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