Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Monday, 12 July 2021

Saturday in Newlyn.

There's bows like the sleek and slim bow of the  classic sailing ship Irene...



and bluff and blunt bow of modern crabber designed to protect the crew on the working deck...


and the brutally functional transom stern of the trawler Unity to the swept lines of the canoe stern of the classic yacht Maybe built in 1926 that sailed in the first Tall ships race in 1956 and the only boat still to be doing so today...


young Jamie and the guys, needles in hand braiding in panels of 10mm mesh on their sardine seine net in readiness for this year's season to start...


Lucy Too, landing another shot of top quality inshore trawl fish...


it won't be long before the fore deck of the Argoe restaurant is brimming with people enjoying tapas style cuisine overlooking the harbour...


as the weather changes...


 there are heavy looking clouds hanging over Le Men Dhu up on the slip...


and the classic yacht Irene on the end of the Mary Williams pier...


doesn't look like the Fishermens Arms will be open any day soon.