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I just wrote “5.” but then I saw what was in the harbor today:

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Pride of Baltimore II , as seen from Pioneer

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as seen with the Bayonne in the background…

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and Gorch Fock II , docked in Brooklyn.

USCG barque Eagle, considered a Gorch Fock class barque and originally called Horst Wessel, docked right across the river in Manhattan. Gorch Fock, Eagle, and Peking . . . all built by Blohm and Voss.  Check a shoreview from another blog here.

Glad I went down to the water today.

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