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I’ve never counted the number of seas on our planet, but it’s more than seven.  K-Sea has more than double that traditional number.  Here’s Norwegian Sea, named for that portion of the Atlantic the Icelanders might call the Icelandic Sea.  Norwegian Sea used to go by the names Portsmouth and Leoparde Grande.  Might this be the same vessel sans upper wheelhouse?

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Through the February snow, Treasure Coast moves fuel up the Hudson.

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Here’s K-Sea’s Nathan E. Stewart showing the aft control house.  Here’s the same vessel under previous owners.

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More on aft controls soon.

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