This is not a very good photo technically, but I do find it interesting for the story it tells.
It is a Marine Patrol boat that keeps the traffic in the bay under control and is also on the lookout for anything suspicious.
It is hard to see in this image, but mounted on the bow of this boat is a machine gun.
I can't say I would want to be that boat in front of him, even though the gun seems to aimed up in the air at the moment.
This boat went by a couple of times as we were fishing at the point. I think if he had been going a bit slower, I could have panned my camera to get a better image in this low light.
I also never use the autofocus on my lens, I only use manual focus. I can see where the AF feature would have helped take a sharper photo with all this fast action.
I also only had my 35-80mm lens on the camera. The 80-210 mm would have been much better to get a closer shot.
But then I got to thinking afterwards perhaps the larger lens was not a good idea - it is a government security boat, and I wouldn't want to be considered "suspicious".