Our easiest route to the jetty is over and round the bows of the barges.
This is one of the easier crossings! On some barges there is no way through, so it is a question of climbing over the rails.
There was plenty of time during the week for good craic. Donnacha is telling Andy how he lived on this barge when he was first married.
There is so much history behind all these barges, and no two are the same.
On Saturday there was plenty of entertainment at Jamestown Quay, starting with these drummers, who used one of the barges as their stage.
Here are all the calendar boys, but with clothes on!
Photo call for Donna, the artist, too.
On Saturday night all the Jamestown villagers came to the party at the Quay, provided by the boaters. A good time was had by all.
The boats were all lit up, with an engine start and horn blowing to liven up the evening. Sixty+ boats can make quite a noise!
The lanterns seemed to go up and away for ever.
On Sunday it was the turn of the village. The Jamestown Arch, which had to be taken down in 1973 after being struck by a truck, has been temporarily restored.
The dignitaries arrived in style today in this pony trap.
Next we all go to see the battle reenactment. The English army are preparing to fight.
Meanwhile the rebels are creeping up to attack from behind.
At one point there was a duel too, but in the end we are not sure who won!