22 Albatross boats, built in Norfolk in the 1950's, have returned for the weekend. The stylish sports boats were favoured by royalty and film stars in their heyday because of its sleek appearance and speedy capacity.
The boats are made from light aluminium and were originally used as waterski boats. They were designed and built by two English engineers, Peter Hives and Archie Peace in St. Olaves near Great Yarmouth.
"They're eminently restorable because they're made of military grade aluminium, provided they haven't been crushed or bent too badly you can restore them back to these conditions."
The Albatross festival continues over the bank holiday weekend and culminates in a race on Oulton Broad on Monday.