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The Tamar barge can be either a single and double masted vessel. It can carry up to 32 tonnes. Tamar barges were manufactured in the 19th Century in the Tamar Valley by boatbuilders such as James Goss of Calstock and Frederick Hawke of Stonehouse, Plymouth.
Surviving Tamar barges
- Shamrock, built by Frederick Hawke.
- Lynher, built by James Goss. Ship of the National Historic Fleet