Whitby has many connections with the sea. The pictures in this gallery are in some way connected to the seaside. The photographs here are shown in order of date taken with the most recent coming first. View All Our Whitby Photo Galleries Here Please click the thumbnails to see full sized images.
Runswick Bay Kayak Fishing Match And Festival Runs Over The Weekend Of June 15th and 16th 2013 Runswick Bay Kayak Fishing Match And Festival Runs Over The Weekend Of June 15th and 16th 2013. The 2 day festival of Kayak Fishing will involve : a safety course, VHf Radio course, Kayak Modification demonstration, RNLI [...]
East Pier Time Counter The east pier bridge was removed [fergcorp_cdt_single date="11th april 2001"] , and still remains un repaired today. Whitby's east pier extension was built way back in 1913. Visitors and residents of Whitby had been able to access the extension over a small bridge from the inner stone pier. However in 2001 the [...]
Ducks Nesting In Whitby Harbour On Paul Kilpatrick's Boat Sea Otter 2 Well this really takes some believing, I went to the boat this morning just to check things over. I noticed a a scratching on the roof of the boat and I thought not the bleeding seagulls again, This time last year I [...]
ASTONISHED fishermen enjoyed a close encounter of the huge kind when a young whale attempted to befriend them at sea. The juvenile humpback rubbed and carressed their vessels for 20 minutes as they fished in the waters some nine miles north-east of Whitby. Experts from marine research and conservation charity Sea Watch fear the animal may [...]
Pictured here outside the Railway Station is Roy Townsend with his record breaking Esk Sea Trout. Roy was a local legend on the Esk waters and his family still live in the area. Roy held the British sea Trout record at the time with that fish, it weighed 20lb 2oz but the current record stands at [...]
The UK's modern fishing fleet must work 17 times harder for the same catch as their sail-powered Victorian counterparts, a study has claimed, suggesting the decline in fish stocks is more profound than previously thought. Records of fish landings dating back to the 1880s showed UK trawlers – then fishing closer to port – landed twice [...]