Thank you Martin for putting up that video of Cambria. If I remember correctly it was shown on BBC TV, a while ago. Cambria was the last sailing barge to be earning a living carrying cargo. She was a big barge, carried about 180 tons to sea compared with my little motor barge 'Nellie', who just managed 90tons. She was not the biggest, there were quite a few, particularly steel barges that carried the same amount and more. In fact, in the 1920's, Everards built four big steel barges that would carry 300 tons and one of those , the'Will', formerly 'Will Everard' is still with us. You will notice that she has a large gaff mizzen, a lot of the bigger barges had this instead of the smaller sprit mizzen which means that she was described as being mulie rigged What I particularly liked about that video were the shots of her sailing. The feeling of power that one gets from a barge sailing hard is indescribable, a huge feeling of immense power. I've never had it in any other way.