Already a nice image in colour of a fragile looking boat on shimmering turquoise blue waters surrounded by foliage of different shades of green on a sunny day, a bit of playing around with preset filters and fine-tuning to taste yielded the below output that seemed somehow even more appealing.
More than the image itself, the word "Barefoot" scribbled across the side of the vessel in boldface got my attention. Not knowing much about the ways of seafaring folk, it got me wondering why someone would name their boat. After all we don't name our cars, do we? The answer was quite easy to find... "It's tradition, and it's luck. Boat naming started over a thousand years ago, when sailors named vessels after gods, goddesses or saints hoping to bring good fortune to their travels. The wrong name was the difference between good luck and being lost at sea." Ok. Accepted. (source)
Moving on then to the more interesting question at hand, why in this instance someone would call their vessel Barefoot. Probably Barebones is more fitting but to give the defendant the benefit of the doubt, the boat has probably seen better days. Also since renaming a boat is voodoo (source), we can safely assume that she started her life as Barefoot. Was the owner running a snorkelling front called Barefoot? Did the price of owning this vessel leave the owner barefoot? Did it actually leave him more bare than just his foot? More worrisome would be if something was left bare in the vessel's "foot".
So, without further ado, presenting Barefoot.