Welcome to the site Adam, I see you've joined today. I hope you like the site.
This is an attractive image, as the warm oranges of a sunset are always appealing. Your exif data says you used auto white balance - it is better to set this manually especilally when the scene is predominantly of one colour, as the auto system will try and correct for that 'excess' of colour.
This doesn't seem to have created so much of a problem here, but is something worth bearing in mind.
There is some lens flare (the patches visible against the sea) which is inevitable when shooting directly at the light source. These can be darkened down in software to make them less of a distraction.
This is less of an issue when the sun is diffused by thin cloud or mist. again, something to be aware of.
More importantly is the risk of sensor damage when pointed directly at the sun, even when low in the sky.
Having said that, there is some very nice rim lighting of the cloud and the ship does provide a good focal point. It is very central and a better balanced image would have the ship placed to one side, on one of the image 'thirds'. I shall upload a mod to demonstrate this.
A portrait format image would work with a central composition. I shall upload a mod.
It's a good idea to try several different shots at the time.
It is hard to see the fishing boats, and they are quite small in the frame that they add little to the overall image, as the sun and ship are so dominant.