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The “relief crew” series allows a blog reader, winner of the previous contest, to set the next contest. Fred identified Brian’s Nimble, so here’s Fred’s mystery boat. What is it and where is it located? My only clue: though the design is not North American, the vessel lies within a 10-mile radius of Spuyten Duyvil.

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I’ll accept as winner the first person to identify either the current location/way to contact owner of this green vessel OR the type/provenance of same. Then, I’ll disclose connections and provide copius related and gratuitous additional information related to this species. Again, the winner gets to be relief crew by proposing a new mystery vessel. I’m still looking to identify this East River-running mystery vessel.

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Tale of Two Marlins

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