The Classic Trawler Network gallery shows a variety of vessels with basic information and links to sites where available
MV Artic Janus
A 100ft (30.5m) wooden charter vessel operating out of Denmark into the artic circle, rated for operation in ice, this is an awesome boat.
MV Cape Race
Is a 110ft (33m) steel ex-fishing vessel built in Canada, now operating on the East coast of Canada as a charter vessel, taking passengers North into the Artic.
MV Curve of Time
A steel ex side-trawler, 25.5 m (85 feet) long and 6.2 m. ( 20 ft.) wide, powered by a 250 Hp Industrie engine enabling her to travel at 7 knots.
The Curve of Time fished commercially until 1984, she was then purchased by Greenpeace. Due West Charters purchased her in 1997 and is
now used as a charter/research vessel. Curve of Time
A 46ft Inchcape motorsailer built in Falmouth UK
A 72ft steel motorsailer that was locked away in a shed for many years before being purchased by her current owners and bought back into service.
MV Radiant Star
A 72ft wooden ex-fishing vessel built in Scotland and converted into a cruising vessel and sailed on her own bottom around Cape Horn to her new home on the US west Coast
MV Shemaron another ex-fishing vessel, built in Scotland as a 56ft wooden Ring-Netter and now converted to a cruising vessel and preserved as a very fine example
of a Ring-netter for future generations to enjoy.
MV Strumpet designed by Jay Benford for Earnest ? is built of wood and is only 35ft in length.
Designed by G.L. Watson as a RNLI Lifeboat, the 46ft Swn-Y-Mor has had a very interesting past, after being converted to a sailing vessel she has had many adventures including cruising to the
Pacific. Swn-Y-Mor is an extremely fine example of a G.L. Watson Lifeboat.