This is clearly coastal--I would say it's ---looking at what he is wearing it does not strike me as Florida. East coast--New England more specifically, or the Carolina's---I'm not exactly sure, but not west or south--and not Midwest.
Takes place around the 1990s --- based on what he is wearing---in the fall.
Very quiet--no sounds at all. Just very quiet, if any thing just he motor of the boat.
His name is going to be something ethnic...such a stereotype---something italian.
It's a departure scene to me--he is witnessing the departure of someone. He is dressed in such a way that someone important is leaving. First thing I thought off was the ashes of someone. He is sending off their remains. Wife or child.
There is sadness, loss, there is memory. It's a somber scene.
There are smells of the harbor--maybe a little industrial from the fumes of the boat. There might be a little bit of brackish water. A little oily maybe.
He is going to wait until the boat is gone and then he will leave.
No one is waiting across the water---I think the boat is going out to bigger--deeper water. Out of the harbor.
There is no one behind him, he is all alone is this scene.