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Let me repost this photo from yesterday.

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Here’s a little more contrast…

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And here just enough for me to identify the vessel as MSC Tampa.

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So yesterday I said . . . it seemed skulking out of port toward darkness, knowing of an embarrassing incident captured in this article  less than a month ago. Maybe the memory of fellow fleetster MSC Napoli (scroll to bottom) is quite fresh. Whatever became of Napoli?

I don’t mean to pick on MSC; I own up to my gargantuan share of faux pas, misdeeds and accidents. Risk safely.

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