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I’ve never noticed a spare one mounted as this one.

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The one submerged with nine meters of vessel in the cold February water seems to be adequate to the task of propulsion, given the foam.

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“Screw this New York weather,”might be the sentiment of crewmen coiling line unneeded for the next thousands of sea miles. “Screw this” in whatever language they speak, that is. By the way, anyone help out with “screw this” in Tagalog? Bengali? Bulgarian? Hindi? Serbo-Croatian? Greek? Norwegian?

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Pacific Turquoise is part of the Tanker Pacific fleet.

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