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"Egeria"
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"Egeria"

Museum Ref No: F4b_0063
Racing yacht "Egeria", built by Wanhill's Yard, Hamworthy.
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"Emba" moored alongside Harbour wall
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"Emba" moored alongside Harbour wall

Museum Ref No: F4b_0068
Yacht "Emba" moored alongside Harbour wall, 1930s.
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"Emba" under sail
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"Emba" under sail

Museum Ref No: F4b_0067
Yacht "Emba" under sail, 1930s.
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"Emma" at Poole Quay
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"Emma" at Poole Quay

Museum Ref No: F4b_0169
"Emma" at Poole Quay.
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"Esso Tioga"
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"Esso Tioga"

Museum Ref No: F4c_0042
"Esso Tioga" entering Poole harbour, 1949. Chain ferry and Brownsea Island in background.
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"Esso Tioga"
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"Esso Tioga"

Museum Ref No: F4c_0042 or B5a_0041
View of the deck of the cargo vessel "Esso Tioga", 1949. Brownsea Island in the distance, Sandbanks chain ferry and North Haven Point to the right. From the Ernest Bristowe collection.
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"Esso Tioga"
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"Esso Tioga"

Museum Ref No: F4c_0043
"Esso Tioga" of Grangemouth docked at New Quay, Hamworthy,1949. Poole Quay In the distance. From the Ernest Bristowe collection.
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"Esso Tioga"
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"Esso Tioga"

Museum Ref No: F4c_0041
Cargo vessel "Esso Tioga" of Grangemoth waiting for a pilot boat outside the Harbour, filled with 300 tons of petrol. From the Ernest Bristowe collection.
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"Famiglia Merica"
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"Famiglia Merica"

Museum Ref No: Coney album 3 photograph 78
Square rigger "Famiglia Merica", from Spezia, at Poole Quay. Steam tug and gas lighting also shown. (Coney photograph)
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"Fidocia"
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"Fidocia"

Museum Ref No: JS/Newmans/PHO/B.13 186 5_6
"Fidocia", possibly built at Newman's Boatyard. J.D
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