Bonita was built in 1888 at Arnside in Cumbria. Owned by the same family since 1937, she's a very elegant 'old lady' and successfully completed the OGA Round Britain Challenge circumnavigation of Britain in 2013, her 125th birthday year.
'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.
One of the last Nobbys built by Crossfields of Arnside, June 1937, Maryll was registered as a yacht in 1948.
'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.
'Dart' is a Mersey Rivers Class yacht, designed by Crossfields of Arnside and built in 1912.
'Amanda' was built in 1920 by Crossfields of Arnside. She is a Morecambe Bay prawner.
'Hannah Hambleton' was built in 1931 for a member of the Runcorn Hambleton toffee family.
Fishing in the Irish Sea up to 1987, 'Polly' is a registered historic fishing vessel LL77.
'Nora', LR 59, was built for Robert (Rodding) Wilson by William Crossfield in 1912.