Less noticeable were two other fairly bright objects on the other side of the horizon and so about to set. These two are Jupiter and Saturn who have been traveling across the sky together for the last several weeks. You may have noticed these since they are brighter than the surrounding stars and so more visible. Jupiter is the brighter of the two.
Also visible now, though not as bright the Jupiter/Saturn pair or Venus, is Mars – showing up about midway between these others, though perhaps a bit closer to Venus. This, of course, is a reddish color.
And finally, coming up tomorrow morning, the moon will be accompanied by Mercury. So, 5 planets will be visible in the sky, as illustrated in the following image.
Another object in the sky for a short time is the comet Neowise. It has been visible in the early morning during the first half of July, but will be visible in the evening during the end of July in the NW – Westerly horizon after sunset. It will likely be low on the horizon and so a view while on the water should be ideal. It may be visible to the unaided eye, but binoculars would be needed to see details.