Paramour 2 arrives on the quay 16th. March, for the start of the 2020 Season. At the time we didn't know what was about to happen. Thanks Chris for the picture
2020 action shot! Paramour 2 just launched 19th. March. Thanks Sam for the picture
31st. March and one would normally expect to see a few boats arriving in the harbour, but these are not normal times- Towards Place (left of the picture), can be seen "Bobbie D", "Girl Rachel", "Trevally" and "Santa Maria", all fishing boats (there are a couple of RIBs over that way as well). On the right, below the harbour wall, you can make out "Paramour 2" looking forlorn!
Paramour 2 flying her colours to mark the 75th. Anniversary of VE Day, 8th. May
Shirley, on her birthday, with Tally. First pleasure trip of the year in late May! Photo'- Chris
Edward, on his birthday, with Andy and Rosie at St. Anthony's Head.
Running-in this little number for a friend. Someone has to do these arduous tasks!!!
The Hooper family had the distinction of being the first paddlers of the decade! 19th. June, great to have the kayaks afloat at last.
Kayaks ready to begin the day. Early July, photo- Mark Osbourne
Kayaks on the south side of the harbour- Long Lodge heading towards Amsterdam Point
Heading out for a paddle in August, with the Idle Rocks Hotel in the background. Photo'- Sam Norman
Towards the end of a busy day in August. Photo'- Sam Norman
Possibly the last picture of MV. Marco Polo in UK waters. Taken for me by Ben Turner, from the Falmouth Pilot Boat on 22nd. November. That evening I watched her sail for Dubai and then Alang, India where she was beached for scrapping in the early hours of 14th. January 2021.