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We return with a nautical theme for this "Dip".

A sea scene painted by Miles Edmond Cotman, Two wherries are sailing out from Yarmouth Harbour to help a third wherry already unloading a Baltic Brig.
The trading wherry Bell heading out to sea, sailing close to the wind along side a Lowestoft fishing drifter.
August 11th 1973, Albion sails close to the Lynn Light Vessel, soon after this she was put on tow back to Kings Lynn for a safe mooring.
Admiring Albion at sea August 8th 1951. (On Albion's foredeck is Henry Hewitt, the mate).
Albion enters Lowestoft Harbour on August 8th 1951 after her sea trip from Yarmouth with Jack Cates the skipper. (Clark Photo Archive)
Wherries racing at sea with foresails, painted by J Moore. These foresails were often borrowed from fishing vessels.

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