Double reefed Hatch-boat off Gravesend, Kent, 1829.
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Etching after his own drawing by Edward William Cooke (1811-1880), of a half-decked fishing boat. It was called a hatch-boat as it had hatches through which fish were thrown down to the hold. Illustration from Cooke's 'Fifty plates of shipping and craft' published in London in 1829.