One of the last Nobbys built by Crossfields of Arnside, June 1937, Maryll was registered as a yacht in 1948.
'Severn' was built in Arnside, Cumbria in 1912 by William Crossfield & Sons. In 2018 she was bought by Arnside Sailing Club with the help of a Heritage Lottery grant to have an example Crossfield's boat in the village.
'Ploughboy' may have been built as a racing yacht for Farmer Jackson of North Scale, Walney, Barrow in Furness in 1902 although Bob Rayner considered she was built as a workboat.
Built by Crossfields, Arnside, for Mr Aspen of Lytham, probably as a yacht in 1903. She was rebuilt by Ashley Butler with bulwarks and other East Coast details in 1997 and taken to the USA.
Abandoned, taking on water and finally sinking early in 1986, 'Styx' was in danger of being destroyed to recover mooring fees. She was rescued following an appeal in the OGA Newsletter and taken back to the Mersey in 1986.
'Dart' is a Mersey Rivers Class yacht, designed by Crossfields of Arnside and built in 1912.
'Nanette' was built at Arnside in 1933. She has a classic yacht form, with curved raking transom on a counter, typical of the Crossfield yard.
'Maid Marian' was built by Crossfields at Arnside as a yacht in 1908.
'Amanda' was built in 1920 by Crossfields of Arnside. She is a Morecambe Bay prawner.