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‘s time to revive this series about balance and tugs tugging.

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A huge white ship, two DHS orange inflatable specks off the bow and stern, and a tug starboard just forward of the stern. See the close up below; feel the push, see the splash over port deck, 4000 hp swiveling 55,000. Anyone know the relative weights?

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Another to be assisted in . . . Albatros (2), below in photo taken in mid April 07, operating out of Bremerhaven; read this history for second and third lives. Check the positioning site here; as of this writing, Albatros is “auf see” and in need of no tugs.

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