I felt bad for this sailboat. It had broken its moorings and drifted into the shallows of the small harbor. A storm capable of doing this had passed a few days earlier, so presumably the poor sailboat was in that tilted position for some time. To me it was incomprehensible how its owners could allow it to lie in such an undignified position. I thought on the spot they were unfit to own it. I would gladly relieve them of their burden and spend my weekends traveling in the most green way possible, as well as the most peaceful and elemental way, by sail.
I sailed once, years ago. Sailing suits my way of making subtle adjustments and going by feel rather than rote rules. My photography goes somewhat that same way as well.
What if this sailboat is still jilted next week? Do I have a right to claim it? No doubt I would treat it with much more respect and not just name it another one.