Staithes is a pretty seaside village in North Yorkshire, England. Roxby Beck, a stream running through Staithes, is where these boats are moored.
Tayvallich Harbour is situated between Lochgilphead and Tarbert in the Scottish Highlands. The harbour is a safe haven to moor yachts. This is part of Argyll's secret coast, a very picturesque village.
The Canal de Garonne was opened in 1856 to bypass the unpredictable river Garonne. This canal passes many beautiful towns and villages. This is the town of Moissac in the Occitane region in southern France. The town is situated at the confluence of the Garonne and Tarn rivers at the Canal de Garonne. We stayed here on our canal boat holiday.
Two yachts waiting to go through the Crinan Canal which links Loch Fyne at Ardrishaig with the Sound of Jura, creating a vital waterway through the Kintyre peninsula in the Heart of Argyll in the Scottish Highlands.
While sailing on Loch Long in Argyll Scotland, this stunning schooner passed us. A stunning sky and the Arrochar Alps in the background complete this picture.
Yachts moored in the early morning mist on Loch Goil in the Scottish Highlands.
Early morning on Loch Goil in the Scottish Highlands. Two yachts moored in the mist. Beautiful reflections
Plymouths dazzling waterfront, Sutton Harbour is full of all types of sailing vessels. Taken in the early evening light with stunning reflections and great clouds.
An old fishing boat anchored off Tighnabruaich on the Cowal Peninsula on Argyll's secret coast, photographed in the evening light of summer.
A red rowing boat and a yellow motor boat with perfect reflections
Kaskelot is a three-masted barque and one of the largest remaining wooden ships in commission. It was built in 1948 by J. Ring-Andersen for the Royal Greenland Trading Company, to carry supplies to remote coastal settlements in East Greenland. It is now at Bristol Harbour. With an added textures
Sutton Harbour Marina is a busy port bounded on one side by the historic Barbican district. It is famous as the last departure point in England of the Mayflower, the ship that carried the Pilgrim Fathers to the New World.
This is the town of Moissac in the Occitane region in southern France. The town is situated at the confluence of the Garonne and Tarn rivers at the Canal de Garonne.
A variety of boats on the banks of the River Seine in the centre of Paris
Reflections of a red rowing boat