'Nightfall' is a shoal-draft gaff cutter and was built for WD Silcock and his wife to gently sail on the Norfolk Broads and around the Suffolk Coast. She was designed by Harold Lidston who lived in Cowes.
Ellen, a Tamarisk 24 replica Itchen Ferry gaff cutter, described by one of her owners as 'a delight to sail', was built in 1983.
Originally built as a lighter to be rowed or towed, 'Alice' was converted to a Thames Barge in 1994 - 1997.
'Pleione' was built in West Mersea by William Wyatt to a John Leather design in 1960.
Blue Bell is a Tela built in 1991
'John B' is a Drascombe Driver, with dipping lug rig, built in the mid 1970's.
'Poppy', previously known as 'Womble', is a John Leather design built by David Moss in 1985.
Margherita is a Shilling class yacht, built in 2008 by Willow Bay boats. The 17ft hull is cedar strip on plywood frames and she is immensely strong, fast and seaworthy for her size. Based in Poole, she attends OGA events, including the 50th anniversary rally at Cowes in 2013 and OGA55 in 2018.
Gwenili is a very well known gaffer on the East Coast of England, having spent the last 50 years in the Area. She has been well maintained over that time and is a regular participant in racing and cruising events.