Ten local boats were listed at Scarborough in 1336 , the largest belonging to Stephen the taverner. Three more belonged to Adam of Seamer, one of the richest men in the town.
The local ships were La Kateryne 15 tons, Adam of Semer.
St Mariebate 10 tons ,Adam of Semer.
La Margaret 10 tons, Adam de Semer
La Kateryne 16 tons, William Sage
La Bartholomew 8 tons,William Sage
La Margaret 20 tons ,Stephen taverner
La Bartholomew 10 tons .Stephen taverner
La Margaret 20 tons, William Cut
Le Lawrence 17 tons, John Lymebrenner
La Kateryne 12 tons, John of Redeker
A few years later, another list showed losses andadditions.
-Henry the Coroner ,William Sage & Robert of Hutton. the "George" 20 tons
-Stephen the taverner. the Margaret 25 tons
-Adam of Seamer the Katherine 20 tons
-John Limeburner 16 tons
-William Sage the Jenet 20 tons
-Roger of Helperthorpe 15 tons J.R