Product images of The beach and promenade at Felixstowe, looking towards the Felix Hotel and Cobbolds Point
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The beach and promenade at Felixstowe, looking towards the Felix Hotel and Cobbolds Point
A view along a populated beach at fairly low tide looking towards the Felix Hotel and Cobbolds Point in the distance on the right, and Convalecent Hill on the left. A single-masted, transom sterned, clinker boat with the number 5 on the hull is beached at the waterline with its boom lashed to the mast to furl the mainsail. The jib has been furled on a roller-reefing system. A second clinker-built gaff-rigged cutter, numbered 54, is sailing close inshore towards the groynes with passengers onboard.
Marine Photo Service (Waterline Collection)
Original size: 120 mm x 164 mm
- Image reference: P27521
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London