Once again, Cem, you've given us several scenes in one each with it's own reality. The folks on the sail boat boat are important but then that giant mass of block, line and pulley is too. But most poignant is the private world of the girl by herself, and that we can only imagine.
Still, I have been puzzled by that block. Why is it so important? Is it because it's an archetypical ancient machine that looks like it was from some 3,000 year old Phoenicean port. Somehow it looks timeless and so naturally impressive and fundamental to us. (Interestingly, I have been looking for one just like that for one of my model shoots, but I didn't know why, LOL!)
As promised, here is the provenance of the pulley.