The Galway hooker (Irish: húicéir) is a traditional fishing boat used in Galway Bay off the west coast of Ireland. Description from quazoo.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Lines of the "Cours-Après" (draft Le Normand - collection Claudie Reinhart) "Cours-Après" H1 year of launch: 1871 modeler/builder: Jacques-Augustin Normand, Chantiers et Ateliers Le Normand (Le Havre, France) Length Over All: 15.60m Length between Perpendiculars: 13.80m beam: 4.22m draught: 2.75m displacement: 41.6 tons. Donan Raven's Sailing Trivia: The revival of pilot cutter design
ABER, 1985 Out of all his designs, François cites this as one of his favourites. He drew the lines in 1984, a derivation of his first sail-a...
Jolie Brise, Le Havre pilot cutter
The Dorna, traditional boat of Galicia: Plans of dornas of Staffan Mörling
Essex (Colchester) oyster smack "Betty", built 1906 at Aldous, in Brightlingsea, Essex, England - pitch pine on oak frames - http://www.betty-ck145.de/docueng/betty_ck145/betty_specifications.html