In looking at this picture I'm trying to understand what you are looking at exactly.. i.e. what do you want to transmit to the viewer. Is it the desolation of a sea shore with it's empty boat, is it the play of reflections in the water? I must confess that I feel cramped in this picture, uncomfortable, almost claustrophobic. I'm overwhelmed by the boat, and cannot escape to the horizon or other feature.. The mooring line that leads to the bottom of the picture is my only escape. I have difficulty in understanding what you wanted to accomplish here, and in this sense the picture is uneasy.
As for some suggestions? Always given when they're not wanted.. :-) I think the boat needs to be put into it's context more, In this case more is better, so either a horizon, more of the reflection, a lower or higher angle with some other object or feature to bounce from.. the boat on it's own is not enough. Maybe another smaller boat in the background. Importantly what do you want to communicate? Ask yourself that, and think how better to get that across to the viewer.
Hope this helps.