The British Gallery

Page updated: 9 November 2011

Each of the thumbnails below link to a page with one or more larger pictures and notes or points of interest about these craft.

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Beyond the Norfolk Broads, the biggest colony of SeaHawks to be found in Norfolk is probably at Blakeney. There are SeaHawks at Wells and Brancaster as well.

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All but the last of the pictures in this collection were taken on August Bank Holiday Monday 2005. The thumbnails appear in order. The top left image is that of the boat moored furthest inland. The next three were spaced out along the old harbour wall. The next row follow the boats out along the channel towards the sea, with Jemima, almost the last boat on the hard. The final boat has a mooring at Blakeney Point, rather than in the Harbour.

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There are so many locations where you can find SeaHawks on the Norfolk Broads that they are divided into locations within the area...

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Go to TopHickling Broad

All but the last of the boats in this group were found clustered around the Pleasure Boat Inn at Hickling Broad, Norfolk, in spring or early summer 2004. The last one, used to be moored in Catfield Dyke, but moved for the 2005 season to the Parish moorings at Hickling.

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The boats in this group were found at Martham, on the River Thurne, Norfolk, in early summer 2004. Two were in Martham Ferry Dyke and one on the main river. The first boat in this group is the most notable, having an inboard engine.

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Three of the four owners of SeaHawks based at Rutland Water have found the site. Between them they have sent pictures of all the boats based there. Rutland Water is near Stamford and is one of the largest man-made lakes in central England.

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