The historic vessel Reaper was the star attraction at Anstruther Harbour Festival at the weekend.
It was its first public duty since being damaged in a Mearns storm nine months ago.
The 114-year-old herring drifter was swept over by a gust of wind at Johnshaven Harbour Festival.
It was joined by a flotilla of classic boats at the three-day festival, which also included arts, crafts and food stalls in a marquee at Anstruther Folly.
A second marquee hosted children’s activities, dancing and live music.
At the other end of the kingdom, families enjoyed the great outdoors at Dunfermline’s Fresh Air Festival.
The free event at the historic public park combined a fete, a sports day and a music festival.
American football, skateboarding, tennis, cycling, kick boxing, horse riding and an assault course were among the main sporting attractions.
Visitors looking to set a more sedate pace enjoyed arts projects, classic cars, aeroplanes, fire engines and balloon sculptures.
The event was opened by Fife Provost Jim Leishman, who shared some of the day’s activities with Dunfermline FC mascot Sammy the Tammy.