Mahogany punt Fleur, built by C Hughes a boatbuilder at The Ferry, Bray on Thames in 1906.
A small wooden collapsible boat with two stays and no oars.
Made by Prout & Sons Ltd.
Traditional Thames double sailing skiff, built by Hart & Co around 1909.
A wooden dugout logboat from the Saxon period and the bung from the port bow. Carbon dated to 405 - 530 AD.
A decorated Canadian canoe with two paddles.
Made by Strickland & Co in the 1880s in Ontario, Canada.
Dinghy built by Hobbs & Son c.1900 includes oars, seating and boat hook.
A Thames Conservancy flag. A launch flag for use when patrolling rivers in the 1860s and 70s.
An orange nylon/wool Thames Conservancy Guard Boat flag.
A red Thames Water Authority flag, 1976-1985.
A red Thames Conservancy flag.