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sort of. Relief crew posts have mystery ships to identify. Type the term relief crew into the search box to see posts 1–5.  Anyhow, where is this ferry below? Name the mystery location, and I’ll put up a spectacular shot by the same fotographer. Suppose the kayaker thinks he’s the talent here?

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Staten Island Ferry: free. Painted safety orange rather than white since 1926 for heightened visibility in fog!

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SeaStreak . . . I wish they ran to Elizabeth, NJ, especially if they did their 42 knots!

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Governor’s Island ferry . . . GI: a future destination, closed until June 2008. Isn’t that just wrong!

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