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2. TD (Tom D'Wit) Ron Bishop, Douglas Stoker, Andy Muir
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3. The BUCCANEER, owned by Sid Hewes. Built Brightlingsea, same builder as BOY GEORGE. Sail number 1033 41.
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4. Round the Island Race. BUCCANEER, WHEEZY ANNA.
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5. Photograph from Joan Pullen.
Date: April 1944
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6. Joan Pullen by mast, Sergeant in Royal Army Service Corps in foreground.
Date: April 1944
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7. West Mersea Town Regatta 1947. MFOB (Mersea Fishermen's Open Boat) CK85 MANABS Wilf Carter. CK111 WINNIE owned by George Stoker (built Brightlingsea 1920)
Date: 23 August 1947
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8. Photograph from Joan Pullen. ...
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9. Well loaded - sculling. Photograph from Joan Pullen.
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10. Unknown yacht. The boat astern of her looks like one of the boats built for Mersea Boating Lake before the War. Photo at Brightlingsea ?
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11. SNIPE - owned by the Ward family. It was previously owned by the Ketley family - friends of Norman Ward.
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12. At Mersea. Print by Oscar Way, Colchester
From: West Mersea --- photos and documents
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13. Captain Edward Sycamore racing the BABE, a typical small racing yacht of the time.
Used in The Northseamen page 141.
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14. Margaret Leather's father at the helm of his cutter rigged, converted ship's boat RESEDA - his friend Mr Everitt near the mast.
Used in Saltwater Village ...
From: Rowhedge photos and documents
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15. First Ladies Race at Brightlingsea.
Top Miss K. Poole delighted at winning a Second Prize in JUMBO II, Jack Maltby's new B.O.D.C.
Bottom - A study of the ...
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16. Brightlingsea One-Design SYBIL (No.5), later TILLER GIRL, owned at one time by John Leather, followed by MILDRED (7) (later EDWINA) and EGRET (8) --- inset ...
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17. William Wyatt, of West Mersea, sets up the gaff mainsail, preferred to a lug by Mersea men even for their little winkle brigs. [Last Stronghold of Sail page ...
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18. A. Dumas [caption on back].
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19. West Mersea One Design PRAWN. Photograph is undated but in the 1920s.
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20. High tide at the Strood. Barnaby and Amy Smith
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21. High tide at the Strood. Barnaby and Amy Smith. Note the jogger in the background.
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22. Leonard Derham. The Hard. Club 10ft dinghy.
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23. BUZZING BEE formerly KALI or KHALI. West Mersea One Design Class.
10ft lug rigged sailing dinghy, designed by Herbert Reiach in 1928. Built in 1930 by ...
Date: 3 December 2011
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24. Dabchicks Sailing Club, West Mersea
Photo supplied by Sue and Paddy Ryan.
Date: c29 July 2005
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25. Fid Harnack's BEN GUNN in the Blackwater. Laid up shipping in the background - ELSTEAD on the right.
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26. David Green sailing the JOY after major repairs and the addition of a centre board in 1966.
The story of the JOY is covered in "Ode to Joy" by Charles ...
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27. Around Island Race crossing the Strood at high tide - fourth Mirror home.
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28. Mersea Round the Island Race 2014. David Green's boat SUGARSCOOP at the Strood - it was the peak a very high tide and there would have been enough water to sail ...
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29. Rue Pullen at the helm.
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30. STEADY BARKER. Joan Weeks (Hewes)
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