THREE BROTHERS was built in 1912 as a sailing coble and is believed to be the only surviving example of a sailing coble in the country. She had an engine fitted after World War I and worked from Bridlington Harbour until 1946. She then went to the Tees for some years and in 1970 was pictured in Whitby. The Bridlington Harbour Commissioners brought her back to Bridlington in 1983 when major work was undertaken to restore and rebuild her.
Having undergone further repairs in 2004, THREE BROTHERS is currently maintained and sailed by the volunteers of the Sailing Coble Preservation Society.
Sailing coble built by Baker and Percy Siddall at Bow Street, Bridlington
Engine fitted after the First World War
Worked from Bridlington Harbour until 1946
Relocated to Tees for some years and pictured at Whitby in 1970
Harbour Commissioners brought her back to Bridlington
Rebuilt as a sailing coble
Further repairs carried out by volunteers of Sailing Coble Preservation Society
Seen on ITV's Countrywise programme
The Sailing Coble Society await news of their grant bid with Fisheries Local Action Group. Estimates were in the region of £45,000 to rebuild the craft to the condition as built in 1912. The vessel celebrates its centenary on 18 June this year
The Heritage Lottery Fund awarded £10,093 to raise awarenes of maritime heritage
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