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Passport holders book visit; Bridgewater Flatner “Peat Princess” – BAE – By: Graham Loveland – In: Boats, National Small Boat Collection. This boat was primarily used in the lower reaches and tidal estuary of the River Parrett in Somerset for fishing or as a sailing day boat in Bridgewater Bay. Buy THE MARINER'S MIRROR, No 4, November , Articles Include A Commander for the Armada The Panther Affair The Bridgwater Flatner His Majesty's Armed Tender Lady Nelson The Thirty Year's War in the Mediterranean Strange Case in Admiralty by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible cturer: Cambridge University Press. Bridgwater Bay: | | Bridgwater Bay | | | |Site of Special Scientific World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, . The flatner was designed in consultation with the museum’s president, Commander G.I. Mayes, and was constructed from stock timber sizes with more than 90 per cent of the materials bought locally. Mr Nash now intends to sell copies of the flatner plans and instructions .
adjacent to Bristol. One of these is the Bridgwater. flatner, native to the River Par-ret, which. discharges into the Severn estuary. The likeness. of this flatner to the Bank dory is striking, and, in fact, according to Allan Shaw, this. flatner is called a “dory” on its native. beaches.’ 4. Another of . Watchet Boat Museum is a small museum in Watchet, Somerset, England. It is housed in the , Victorian, former railway goods shed of Watchet railway station, which is today located on the heritage West Somerset Railway. The exhibits include several types of boats found locally and associated artefacts, photographs and charts, plus nets and other items associated with their use. A comprehensive book about dories, their history and 23 designs with full construction details. Included are illustrations, 23 plan sets, and index. Bridgwater Bay. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.
A historical harbour town in Somerset, Watchet lies at the mouth of the Washford River on Bridgwater Bay, part of the Bristol Channel and on the edge of Exmoor National Park. An attractive pleasure marina now fills the ancient harbour and the town’s other attractions include art galleries, local craft shops, a weekly market, tea rooms. Watchet Boat Museum is a small museum in Watchet, Somerset, is housed in an old Victorian goods shed, built in , next to Watchet railway station on the heritage West Somerset exhibits include several types of boats found locally and associated artefacts, photographs and charts, plus nets and other items associated with their use. One of these is the Bridgwater flatner, native to the River Par-ret, which discharges into the Severn estuary. The likeness of this flatner to the Bank dory is striking, and, in fact, according to Allan Shaw, this flatner is called a dory on its native beaches. 4 Another of these North Somerset flatners takes its name from Weston-Super-Mare Bay. Name Photograph Town/City District Type Summary American Museum in Britain: Claverton: Bath and North East Somerset: Art: The house, designed by Jeffry Wyattville and built in the s, on the site of a manor bought by Ralph Allen in , is now a Grade I listed building. The museum was founded by two antique collectors, American Dallas Pratt and Briton John Judkyn, and opened to the public.