Interested in Nobbies? Why not come along to the Royal Albert Dock over the weekend of 1st & 2nd June 2019. Some ten traditional wooden boats will be on display, several over 100 years old. Introduce yourself and enjoy the company of these fine boats and crew.
The boats expected are;
Anna Ellidi - a large classic wooden gentlemen's yacht. Built-in 1912.
Bridgette - a beautifully converted lifeboat.
Comrades - a 1908 boat from Conwy with an interesting history.
Hearts of Oak - built at Ulverston in 1912 by Dan Mc Lester at Barrow.
Jean - a unique grp replica taken from the mould by Eric Bergquvist.
Phyllis - a Royal Mersey Restricted Class. Built 1913 by on the Mersey.
Polly - a classic large fishing Nobby from Fleetwood.
Ruby - one of the smaller boats based at Widnes.
Sara Ann - a Heard 28. The hull is glass fibre but cabin deck and spars are all wood
Spray - the oldest vessel on display, built-in 1896 by Crossfields of Arnside.