The Association has over 900 registered boats ranging from classic racing dinghies to wooden ships. Membership extends world wide and there are a number of Regional Sections holding regular meetings; members meet at a national rally and at boat shows.
One of the VWBA’s current projects is compiling a pictorial and historical archive of registered craft that will provide a lasting record for the future.
For more on the VWBA:
Each month the site features a different boat, and at the time of writing it was Cordon Rouge, a 28ft 1930s Broads sailing yacht built by Applegates of Potter Heigham:
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Hi I have just bought Carenda vwba no 267 I would like to get in touch and register my ownership with you I look forward to finding out more about your association kind regards
I think you need to contact these folks: http://www.vwba.org/