Stanley Baker was an accomplished actor and it is good to see him taking the lead role. The print quality is good, as is the soundtrack. There are no extras.
The film has some beautiful guitar music, which gives it a relaxed and "sleepy" feel at times when appropriate. I found it slow moving at first and it would have been easy to switch off and watch something else, because it seemed only to be focussing on a drunken tug-boat captain's lust for a young Catholic girl, who is forced into an alliance with him by her greedy, lazy father. She, of course, falls for the charms of the younger man (Stanley Baker), who finds himself as a deckhand among a pretty motley crew, with the drunken captain. It is worth persisting through the first part of the story, in order to reach the climax.
When the film starts moving, it gets going quickly and Stanley Baker shows his skill and acting ability. His character risks life and limb in order to save a stricken ship, only to find the injured captain is still on board and it is carrying a potentially lethal cargo.
A raft of British actors (plenty of which you will recognise; even some that went on to appear in various "Carry On" films). I cannot say it is a film to be remembered, neither is it a great or remarkable film. However, it does have considerable merit and when it eventually moves on into the more gripping story, it is exciting. It is a pity the film didn't concentrate on this, rather than spending so much time telling about a drunken, ageing captain making a fool of himself, pursuing a nublie young girl who clearly isn't interested in him. It's really a two-parts film.