THE world's second-largest sailing ship the Wind Surf proved popular with walkers and local photographers when she dropped anchor off South Devon.
The huge ship, which can carry 310 guests in some luxury, was off Newfoundland Cove, around the headland from Dartmouth.
Reader Carole Kingsley sent this photograph and said: "It could have been the Caribbean, it was so tranquil."
Built in 1989 in Le Havre, the Wind Surf began service under the name of Club Med I, before entering service with Windstar Cruises in 1998.
Her successor, Club Med II, is the largest sailing ship in the world.
Wind Surf has five masts and is made of steel. After leaving the South Hams, she was heading south across the Bay of Biscay.