Excuse the pun, we've been in the north east and spotted a few of these fine regional working craft.
The Coble is a type of open traditional fishing boat from the North East coast of England. The distinctive shape of the boat — flat-bottomed and high-bowed — arose to cope with the particular conditions prevalent in the area.
Top pic SD-35 and below WY-14 suggest both are working boats with fishing registry.
All of the above are motorised as compared traditional boats which would have been sailed or rowed, but retain the characteristic hull shape. Jane Elizabeth is by far the largest example I've seen. I'm guessing around 35 feet LOA.
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