Next Episode of The Harbour is
Tenby, the jewel in Pembrokeshire's crown. At its heart, the harbour – one of the most photographed views in Wales. Filmed through the four seasons - this is the story of the men and women of the harbour - a way of life in tune with the sea, the seasons and the tourists.
In the first episode we get to know the people who lives revolve around the colourful painted houses of the Georgian fishing harbour. We meet the double act of Matt and Chris the harbourmasters and Phil the lifeboat coxswain whose family has a proud history of life saving. We also see life through the watercolours of Naomi, the Turner Prize winning artist who draws inspiration from the beauty of Tenby's harbour. Out at sea Richard is bringing home the catch of the day for his wife Sarah to sell on the quayside.
The Harbour community has survived another winter and it's the day of the big lift, when the boats go back into the water, signalling the start of another holiday season. The crowds arrive for the first big holiday weekend of the year and Roger, the mackerel boatman makes his first trip of the new season. Artist Naomi is sketching the harbour when the lifeboat crew are scrambled to a kayaker is distress.
It's high season and its time to get the tills ringing with the first big sporting event of the season, a three day triathlon festival. It's a tense time for the harbourmasters who must marshall the course. Meanwhile Roger the mackerel boatman is busy organising a big charity fishing event while Phil gets the Lifeboat station ready for the big open day. But will August storms put a dampener on proceedings.
The harbour community have enjoyed a mixed summer season but at the very last the sun shines and brings a last boost for the harbour businesses. The boats are put to bed for the winter and the men and women of the harbour start to wind down and reflect on the season but fisherman Richard just keeps on working as the life cycle of this unique harbour community continues for another year!
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