One of the oldest working ships in Europe has arrived in Jersey.
The Belem docked at Albert Pier in St Helier at 8:00am having sailed from France.
This is the ship’s second visit to Jersey, having previously harboured around a decade ago.
Weighing hundreds of tons, Belem is believed to be the last of its kind to be original and in full working order.
It started its life as a transporter for cocoa beans from Brazil to France in 1896 and was used by the Guinness family as a yacht.
The vessel is symbolic of France’s relationship with Jersey and flew a British flag from 1914 to 1950.
It will set sail from Jersey at 10:00pm this evening.