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Cape Brasilia, offloading in the Upper Bay the other day, convinced me I’d seen her before, but

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I hadn’t. Below is her older sister by two years although identical in size, Cape Bruny.

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And another shot of Cape Bruny, a UPT vessel launched in 2004.

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Mediocre foto below but fantastic link. Check out the Hellespont “life at sea” videos on the left navigation bar. Anyone identify the red-roofed tower on the ridge to the right?

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Here’s a shot of the entire vessel.  Any idea where Hellespont is?

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All images by Will Van Dorp.

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