Ploughboy was built as a yacht for John Jackson of Walney Island as a replacement for Cock O'North which was wrecked on her maiden voyage. In 1960s and 70s she was owned by John Gill a house master at Rossall School south of Fleetwood and used to take pupils on sailing trips. She is now based in North Wales
Built by Crossfields, Arnside, in 1903 'Ziska' is now based on the west coast of America. In 2019 she took part in the Race to Alaska. Ashley Butler, one of the country's leading wooden boatbuilders sailed her across the Atlantic in 1999.
Deva's design and hull shape are typical of the 'advanced' design of prawners in the pre-First World War era.
Designed and built by Crossfield of Arnside in 1893, 'Charlotte' is a Morecambe Bay Prawner. In 2019, she is undergoing a major restoration in the midlands
'Peggy' is an ex working prawning boat, believed to have been built about 1910 by Crossfields at Arnside, Morcambe Bay. She worked out of Maryport under registration number MT13.
'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.
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.
'Speedwell', was built 1919 by Crossfields of Arnside. Her first owner was Percy Baxter, Morecambe Bay fisherman. Her fishing no. registration history indicates she fished from Whitehaven, Fleetwood and Lancaster. 2019 finds her undergoing a major restoration in Liverpool.
'Comrades' was built for the Baxter Family and fished the Morecambe Bay area..