The 'Williams II', formerly 'Haabet', a Baltic Trader built in 1914, will set sail for the Antarctic in 2019.
'Undine' was built 1889 at Menai Straits, by G Edwards to the design of the original owner J.H.Cousins. Typical of her time, she was a "plank on edge" gaff cutter, with clipper bow, narrow beam and heavy lead keel to keep her upright. Her original length on deck was 33', increased to 35' by the addition of 2' to her counter.
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.
'Stadats' was built as a Watson class sailing lifeboat 'Frederick & Emma' in 1921. She served at Wick and Amble, rescuing 94 souls, before being sold out of the service.
'Mist' was designed by Albert Strange in 1906 and built in 1907 for cruising the western isles of Scotland.
Designed and built by Crossfield of Arnside in 1893, 'Charlotte' is a Morecambe Bay Prawner. In 2019, she is reported to be undergoing a major restoration in Cardiff.
'Eljada' [named after a warrior from The Old Testament ] is a Bermudan ketch motor sailor and was built of iroko on oak for a British Army officer about 1964 by Staniland's of Thorn near Doncaster, Yorkshire.
'Blue Moon' is a 14' marine ply sailing dinghy called a Fyne Four, buiit from a kit, glued and coated with epoxy resin with gunter rig.
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.
Mareea's first owner bought the hull of a Salcombe Trader, from Buccaneer Boats, and fitted her out himself.
'Poppy', previously known as 'Womble', is a John Leather design built by David Moss in 1985.