61. Brightlingsea Regatta - postcard.
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62. Brightlingsea Regatta - postcard.
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63. Brightlingsea Regatta - DOUSHKA. On back it says copied 1966 by courtesy of Mrs Fred Sawyer (late of "Yachtsmans Arms")
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64. Captain Edward Sycamore racing the BABE, a typical small racing yacht of the time.
Used in The Northseamen page 141.
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65. Crew of schooner OCEANA. Captain Death in centre. c1925.
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66. The 222 ton yawl LUFRA hauled out at Stone's Brightlingsea yard, about 1895. The copper sheathing is being stripped from the bottom.
Used in The ...
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67. SONIA II, now a freighter. Magazine cutting.
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68. GINA (?) bound Gibraltar. ? skipper Fred Mountifield.
See BF69_005_006 for back of photo.
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69. Steam Yacht STAR OF INDIA sale brochure page 1.
Built 1888 for Sir William Pearce. Then purchased by an American gentleman who kept her for 30 years at ...
Date: After 1927
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70. 19m OCTAVIA anchored in Harwich c1912. Note Mr Pearman on bow.
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71. Steam Yacht NAHMA at Saint Malo. Postcard.
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72. Steam Yacht NAHMA at anchor. Photo from J. Gelser, Alger.
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73. Steam Yacht NAHMA at anchor. Photo from J. Gelser, Alger.
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74. Crew of yacht CASSIOPEIA.
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75. The steam yacht MEDEA, sailing under the San Diego - Coronado Bay Bridge, was launched in 1904 as a private luxury yacht. She was used by the French as a ...
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76. Brightlingsea on the Hard. Photo of postcard.
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77. Brightlingsea - causeway, barges, shipyard, steam launch
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78. Smack WONDER being broken up at Brightlingsea Hard. Also in picture is Roy Bacon's SHEARWATER ready for the new season.
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79. The Landing Stage, Brightlingsea, 78563. Postcard. Note on envelope says Brightlingsea Hard 1919. ANT on Hard.
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80. Yawl MEMORY fitting out at Brightlingsea
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81. Start of smacks and yachts off East Mersea. Hospital Hulk.
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82. Steam Yacht in River Colne. Photo by Miss Ruffell, Brightlingsea.
Thought to be BERYL Official Number 120472, twin triple expansion steam engines, built ...
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83. The Creek, Brightlingsea. Postcard
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84. Brightlingsea smack 261CK sailing down the Pyefleet Creek when working on the Colne oyster fishery about 1905.
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85. Mr Seaman, fisherman of Brightlingsea. Credited with having found an oyster bed.
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86. Barge discharging on West Beach Clacton on Sea. Postcard posted 26 Mar 1910.
Date: Before 1910
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87. Wivenhoe. Smack 21CK, thought to be MARIA.
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88. Wivenhoe. Smack 16CK ROCHFORD.
ROCHFORD smack. C.1847 at Brightlingsea. Not registered as under tonnage. 1858 Registered to William Richardson, ...
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89. Photo --- smacks racing in the regatta 1904. The ELISE (Capt. Green) and the MARIA (J. Gunn) both from Wivenhoe, and Capt. William W Cranfield's SUNBEAM from ...
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90. Milkman with horse and cart delivering in the snow. Location not known but probably Wivenhoe.
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