Thanks much for the encouragement; here’s another set of photos. Actually, if you follow the Bayou nearly to the end, you’ll be here in Port Fourchon at the entrance to one of the southernmost roads in Louisiana. This post will be mostly a photo album.
As you’ll notice in the following photos, certain colors dominate here. Here’s C-Legacy and
beyond Delta Power . . . more orange and yellow in the background including
Timbalier Island, C-Clipper, and unidentified. Many Edison Chouest vessels are listed here, and for Timbalier Island, launched less than a year ago, click here.
Finn Falgout and another view of Timbalier Island.
For the many other Edison Chouest vessels I’ve previously posted, click here.
Crosby Enterprise and Kurt J. Crosby. For lots of Crosby tugs including these, click here.
Miss Aimee and John G. McCall
C-Pacer and Fast Track
Harvey Champion and Harvey Supporter and some I can’t identify. Here’s the Harvey fleet including
Harvey Falcon, Harvey Racer, and Harvey Hero.
AMC Ambassador, Seacor Conquest, and Bob Jr
HOS Mystique and HOS Sandstorm
Mainport Pine and some unidentified vessels
Connor Bordelon, a ProMariner ship-of-the-year this year, and Blue Dolphin and what looks like an identical BakerHughes vessel. I saw other Baker Hughes vessels in Brazil last year.
And finally . . the MSRC vessel everyone hopes never to have to deploy . . . Deep Blue Responder, she with a sibling in the sixth boro and many other places.
Thanks for asking for more of these. Tomorrow I’ll start unpacking the Nola photos.
All photos here by Will Van Dorp, but if you want to follow work on vessels like these, check out Crewboat Chronicles and New England Waterman.