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What’s orange: Life jackets, signal smoke flares, lifeboats . . . lots of stuff. So is this handysize UPT chemical tanker named Cape Bruny escorted in at sunrise by a brace of McAllister tugs. Any guess where Cape Bruny lies? Answer follows.

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Notice how busy the Arthur Kill was this morning.

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McAllister Responder moves to starboard.

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Even safety overalls are orange. I’m curious about the tank codes (FO, SL, 6, 5 , etc) along the top of the hull.

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The small container ship Indian Ocean off the portside of Cape Bruny is orange.

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Cape Bruny location: clues…. a lighthouse was built there in 1838, located on an island off the southeast tip of ….

Bruny Island . . . . Tasmania.

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