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Mike and Diane Wilson -
Free Spirit Writers
Three Brothers is a 1912 sailing coble, built in Bridlington by Baker and Percy Siddall.
She is now maintained and sailed by members of the Bridlington Sailing Coble Preservation Society, and funds are raised for her upkeep by the Bridlington Harbour Heritage Museum.
Details about membership with more pictures and information about Three Brothers are on the Society's website: www.bridsailingcoble.org.uk
Between late September and mid-April 2013, the Three Brothers was refurbished to a high standard by John Clarkson and Joe Gelsthorpe after the Bridlington Sailing Coble Preservation Society handed over £20,000 to the Bridlington Harbour Commissioners to fund the project.
Joe and John pose with Three Brothers on the 'launch' day on 22nd March, 2013. Unfortunately the sea was too rough to put her in the harbour waters. It was very cold too!
He she is on 10th April 2013, after she was lowered into calmer waters.