These are more shots from the dock down at Redart.
Walking around a dock or a marina is sort of like walking around a campground, if you've ever done that.
Although each individual campsite is fundamentally the same--nondescript, unadorned, a plot of grass that is part of a bigger overall scheme--it's eventually personalized by the people occupying that particular spot. You might have one campsite with a tent and nothing more. Other folks bring lights, torches, flags, whirly-gigs and signs expressing who they are, what they stand for, or what that particular moment in time means to them.
Same is true with boats. The tone and personality of a boat and its owners can be set by just a few carefully selected words.
I remember walking around the marina at the Islander as a child, studying the boats, their names, and where they were from.
Truth be told, it's the same sort of entertainment I get from walking through a cemetery studying the names, the dates, and looking for any other hint of who the person was.
If you were presented with a new boat and could select a name, what are the few representative words you might choose?
I could come up with