I don't envy them living at anchor in hot humid rainy season, especially with a dog, and an energetic breed at that:
They call it the Historic Seaport or something these days. I call it the Bight. In nautical terms a bight (pronounced: "bite") is an indentation in a coastline suitable as an anchorage for instance.
I like to walk here at night during my lunch breaks:
They used to corral turtles here in the bad old days and they used the Afrikaner term for a corral for some reason, hence Turtle Kraals, pronounced "crawls."
All those dinghies at the city dinghy docks behind Turtle Kraals.