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Almighty

built 1936 by Walker, W H & Brothers, Rickmansworth


Archibald & Alexander M Paterson

Barnett Class Lifeboat built 1952 by White, J Samuel & Co Ltd, Cowes, Isle of Wight


Aster

built 1932 by Fellows, Morton & Clayton, Uxbridge


Balmoral

Ferry built 1949 by Thornycroft, J I & Co Ltd, Woolston, Southampton

National Historic Fleet


Bertha

Dragboat built 1844 by Lunnel, G & Co, Bristol

National Historic Fleet


Bristol Queen

Excursion built 1938 by Denny, William & Bros Ltd, Dumbarton


britannia

Open Launch built 1910 by Gill & Sons, Rochester


Canning

Tug built 1954 by Cochrane & Sons Ltd, Selby


Cariad

Pilot Cutter built 1904 by Rowles, E C, Pill, near Bristol


Challenge

Steam Tug built 1931 by Hall, Alexander & Company Ltd, Aberdeen.

National Historic Fleet


CMB9/DCB1

Motor Torpedo Boat built 1916 by Thornycroft, J I & Co Ltd, Hampton


Concrete Canal Boat

built 1918 by Guest, A H, Stourbridge

National Historic Fleet


Countess

built 1895 by Loynes, J & Sons, Wroxham


Dorothy

built 1904 by Reynolds, Henry, Lowestoft


Dorothy and Philip Constant

Watson Class Lifeboat built 1962 by Groves & Gutteridge Ltd, Cowes


DUNLEARY II O.N. 814

Watson 46 Class Lifeboat built 1938 by White, J Samuel & Co Ltd, Cowes, Isle of Wight


Earl of Pembroke

Barque built 1945 by Unknown


Elizabeth

Excursion built 1922 by Unknown


FCB 56

Ferro Concrete Lighter built 1939 by Unknown


FCB 68

Stem Head Ferro Concrete Barge built 1941 by Wates Building Group Limited, Barrow in Furness


FCB67

Stem Head Ferro Concrete Barge built 1941 by Wates Building Group Limited, Barrow in Furness


FCB75

Ferro Concrete Barge built 1941 by Wates Building Group Limited, Barrow in Furness


FCB76

Ferro Concrete Barge built 1941 by Wates Building Group Limited, Barrow in Furness


FCB77

Ferro Concrete Barge built 1941 by Wates Building Group Limited, Barrow in Furness


FCB78

Ferro Concrete Barge built 1941 by Wates Building Group Limited, Barrow in Furness


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