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Two generations of a family are represented here: Coral Queen is 87 years buoyant and still at work, all 188 feet of her getting home heating oil nearer to you. She’s the matriarch.

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Kristin Poling, shown high and dry here, is 73. At 281 feet, she’s the most buoyant here, largest and most wayward. Yet she has no title like Regent or Grandmere.

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Captain Log, a mere 32 years young and 59 feet long, wanders the harbor wondering when the growth spurt will happen, a mere pup in the oil products world. Maybe Cap Log was forced into the family business and really wanted a different specialty.

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