A classic Westerley Seahawk, one of our regular supporting boats and crew.
Believed to be a Crossfield's boat.
Built in 1912 by William Anderson of Millom near Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.
Sail No. Liverpool LL1. Built 1902 by Armours of Fleetwood. Subject of a TV documentary as she had sunk in the mud on the River Wyre, Fleetwood.
Bonita (ex Helen) built in 1888, as a yacht she has a fiddle bow instead of the spoon bow that Crossfields gave to their working boats.
Sail No. Chester CH10. Built 1930 Limit Motor Boat Company.
Sail No. Chester RM7
Built 1908 Crossfields
19ft Cornish Shrimper, built 1987.
Built by Armours of Fleetwood.
Built 1928 Crossfields. In the last stages of restoration (2018), she has had the coach house removed and painted in the colour white.
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Built at Ulverston in 1912 by Dan Mc Lester who was the last apprentice shipwright at the famous schooner yard, Whites at Barrow.
A GRP replica taken from the mould by Eric Bergquvist.
Built Crossfields for their own use. Although bearing a registered sail number there is no known history of her actually fishing.
Master Frank, a traditional long liner, was lovingly restored by her owner himself in the 1990s.
New family owners (2021) are intent on putting her back to her former glory.
Built in 1992. Meander is 38' OD, 49’ LOA. Her hull design is based on American North East Coast working vessels.
Built by William Crossfield in Arnside in 1910. In 1988 she was sold in Italy, and underwent a major restoration.
Built in 1894 by Gibsons of Fleetwood.
A Royal Mersey Restricted Class. Built 1913 by Samuel Bonds & Sons on the Mersey.
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The Associations Nobby. A GRP replica taken from the mould by Eric Bergquvist.
28ft long built by W.Stoba when at J.Gibson and son , Fleetwood 1890.
She's a Heard 28 built as a cruiser by Martin Heard in 1991/2. The hull is glass fibre but cabin deck and spars are all wood. She is 28ft plus 11ft bowsprit.
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Sail No. Liverpool LL78.
Built by the Wright Brothers
Since this picture was taken Speedwell is undergoing a rebuild.
Built-in 1896 by Crossfields of Arnside.
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A Heard 28 belonging to Sean Walsh of Dublin.
'Venture' is a GRP replica of a Morecambe Bay Prawner named 'Sir William Priestley'.