Whale-watching from HARPY as Humpback whales feed close to the Old Head of Kinsale.
HARPY leaving Kinsale for fishing grounds.
Carefully returning a blue shark alive to the seas.
Note the Yellow Tag on dorsal fin - used to track these creatures movements.
In the end, its all about, and for, people who love the sea.
Propeller boss of one of WW1 sub UC-42's propellors. She lies sunk approx 5nm south of Roches Point. Photo ©Timmy Carey
Spotting and photographing dolphins 3nm south of Old Head of Kinsale.
Sunset in Kinsale, pictured from the quays.
Filming common dolphins about 4nm SE of the Old Head of Kinsale in September 2013. There was a large group of about 60 dolphins here travelling East. A large group (maybe the same) was seen travelling West a few days before. As they are capable of 30kts they had no difficulty playing about HARPY which was travelling at 15kts. A wonderful sight to behold, (unless you are a mackerel).