Fishing harbour entrance, Beira, as seen from stern of Kampala, 16th Jan 1970.
The Agip ? would appear to be some sort of oil exploration vessel.
From Google Earth's sat map it seems that the wooden quay has been allowed to disintegrate over the past 40 years.
The western shore of Beira from Principe Perfeito, 26th Dec 1967.
The tug Macuti is berthed at the southern entrance to the small harbour.
The next day I was to walk on the very spot where this vessel ended her days - as a breakwater opposite the lighthouse on Macuti beach.
The Portugese owned BEIRA, hull built by Alfeite ****nal, Almada, but completed in 1963 at Amsterdam, was photographed at Avonmouth by the late Dick Parsons, probably in July 1972.
She arrived at Bombay on 10.8.83 to be broken up