Incredible Snaps from The Winners of The Annual Sea View Photography Competition Capture the Wonders of The Ocean

National maritime charity Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society have revealed the best pictures from their eighth annual photography competition, showcasing images relating to the UK’s historic relationship with the sea. This year, the charity has launched a £1m Covid response fund to provide support for working maritime professionals impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Harbour drama by Tom McPherson. (Photo by Tom McPherson/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

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Harbour Lights by Joss Ward. (Photo by Joss Ward/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

Storm Ellen by David Ashdown. Hove seafront, Sussex. (Photo by David Ashdown/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

Under The Stars by David Jenner. Showing an old boat stranded on the marshes at Hoo Marina near Rochester in Kent, under the Milky Way, this image was highly commended in the Ships and Wrecks category. (Photo by David Jenner/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

Start Point lighthouse by Liam Holley. Highly commended in the Coastal Views category. (Photo by Liam Holley/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

To the Rescue, showing the launch of Cromer lifeboat, by Stephen Duncombe. Winner in the Industry category. (Photo by Stephen Duncombe/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

Findhorn Beach by Thomas Salway. Highly commended in the People and Recreation category. (Photo by Thomas Salway/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

Into the Mist by Katie Vincent. Winner in the People and Recreation category. (Photo by Katie Vincent/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

Bringing In The Catch by George Hodgson. Highly commended in the Industry category. (Photo by George Hodgson/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

Mylor Harbour by Ian Butler. Winner in the Ships and Wrecks category. (Photo by Ian Butler/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

Heugh Breakwater by Caroline Walker. Winner in the Coastal Views category. (Photo by Caroline Walker/Sea View Photography Competition 2020)

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