I have found a few monochrome photos of yachts and barges that once were based at Burnham-on-Crouch in the early 1900s.
She’s a 60’ wooden yacht from the board of Norman E. Dallimore built by King, William and Sons of Burnham in 1937. She has a carvel hull of teak planking on oak frames, and as far as I know she was converted from being a cutter to a ketch in 1965.
38’ ‘Providence’ was built by Gilbert and Pascoe at Porthlevan in 1934 with pitch pine on oak carvel construction. She carries a 10’ bowsprit and displaces 11.08 tons.
She’s a half-size wooden Thames barge built in 1881 by Curel at Findsbury.
‘Cygnet’ of Harwich
The Sailing Barge ‘Cygnet’
‘Cygnet’ on Flickr