Initially just an old ship’s boat, Rodleys painted her and gave her a new sail, spars and and awning (CC,Postscript). Then Joe’s father fits a tabernacle to lower the mast under bridges. They add a cabin-top with three bunks inside, and a stove (with a green earthenware chimney) so they can use her in winter. Like Teasel, there is a cupboard for stores (BS1). She has a long straight keel, so can not go close to the wind or spin on her heel and make short tacks (BS11).
- Captain: Joe
- Engines: Bill & Pete; or Joe and Bill if full steam ahead is needed (BS11).
- Fisherman: Pete (BS6)
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Death and Glory resembles Kittiwake down to detail such as orange curtains made by Pete's mum (BS9) and the very tight cabin interior. The two boats' hulls are quite different; while Death and Glory had a blunt stern, Kittiwake's had a long counter (which Ted Walker might not approve of, see WD1).