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If something seems familiar about the profile and color combination of the vessel below, well, you saw it here and here in the graving dock some months back. I had thought by now it’d be at sea, but . . .

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it clings to the dock just west of Robbins Reef. Newark Bay Bridge is visible in background portside.

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in ballast

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and assembled. Awaiting spring like the rest of us?

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