Okay the story of the masts! Originally WR had the single pennant holder which amazingly I found one day in a locker.
Early on in father's ownership, he decided he wanted navigation lights and asked Herbert Woods (I assume) to make mark I which is the one that Grendel found. It had a wooden fitting on the cabin roof.
These photos were taken before 1970. At some point in the 1970 I made WR a set of code flags and it was probably around then that father made a much taller mast with a small mast which sat on the rear cabin roof. I suspect these were fitted so that the flags would not get tangled up with the cabin roof? It was a pretty ugly contraption! I don't have a photo of her with the later mast. Plenty in the house at Horning though.
When I took on custodianship, I think the second mast went in a skip but the original I retained but soon found out that it was falling apart. So some repairs took place - in addition I think when she had a new cabin roof the old mast fitting was removed. My brother quickly made up something from that white plastic. The problem was that it only need a slight breeze and it fell over - so I rarely used it. Usually when on guard ship to fly the guard ship flag and very occasionally when moving WR in the dark but then it would often just sit on the deck.
When it was out on hire, the mast didn't even go on the boat at all. Since it wasn't an original fitting, I didn't always want it being used.