Robert Bishop takes down isinglass from the helm of his boat while preparing his 43-foot Marine Traders boat 'Miss NanSea' at the Naples City Dock on Monday afternoon. Bishop and his wife Nancy, originally from Venice, who live aboard the boat full time, tied-up at the City Dock to wait for Tropical Storm Ernesto to pass the area while en-route to North Fort Myers. Owners at the City Dock were asked to double-tie their boats and put out extra bumpers as they prepare for Ernesto, which could affect Southwest Florida by the middle of the week.

Photo by DAVID AHNTHOLZ, Daily News

Robert Bishop takes down isinglass from the helm of his boat while preparing his 43-foot Marine Traders boat "Miss NanSea" at the Naples City Dock on Monday afternoon. Bishop and his wife Nancy, originally from Venice, who live aboard the boat full time, tied-up at the City Dock to wait for Tropical Storm Ernesto to pass the area while en-route to North Fort Myers. Owners at the City Dock were asked to double-tie their boats and put out extra bumpers as they prepare for Ernesto, which could affect Southwest Florida by the middle of the week.

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