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The Couta Boats are a classic vessel originally used for fishing on the Victorian coast from the 1870s through until WW2.

To obtain the best prices for their catch, the fishermen had to be first back to port after filling their quota. So, as well as being a good fishing vessel and load-carrier, the Couta Boats had to be nimble and fast under sail.

They also had to take on some of Australia’s most treacherous waters through The Rip and Bass Strait, and bring crew and catch back safely.

Now these distinctive little boats zip around Port Phillip Bay in highly competitive races, giving a classic look to sport on the water.

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Comments

  • pollyh
    pollyhalmost 6 years ago

    Lovely image in B&W.
    Carol :0)

  • midzing
    midzingalmost 6 years ago

    beautiful image,,, well done

  • David Robinson
    David Robinsonalmost 6 years ago

    Beautiful work … lovely light!

  • dimsim
    dimsimalmost 6 years ago

    fascinating :)

  • Kara Salame
    Kara Salamealmost 6 years ago

    superb job — lovely!

  • clickinhistory
    clickinhistoryalmost 6 years ago

    love the way you have managed the light here

  • Jesse Richards
    Jesse Richardsalmost 6 years ago

    very beautiful image!

  • Andreas Mueller
    Andreas Muelleralmost 6 years ago

    Very cool use of the light in this beautiful shot!

  • stevebuffington
    stevebuffingtonalmost 6 years ago

    Great shot and stellar treatment. Really well taken.

  • DesertDweller
    DesertDwelleralmost 6 years ago

    Outstanding. You captured the perfect mood for this shot.

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