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Orange 3 featured a tanker; below is a container ship that shares simply the first part of a name. To see Cap San Lorenzo in Santos, Brazil, click here.

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To see Eagle Boston paired with a trawler, click here.

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To see Vallermosa in Tunisia, showing docking lines laid out on the bow and a tug with its name in Arabic script, click here.

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And I didn’t get close enough to the far orange vessel, but check out the STX car carrier site here.

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