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Hmm . . . a 38′ ZFXO?

with all that speed cruising for mermaids?

Corps of Engineers vessel Hudson has nice lines, but I’m unable to locate much info about about its history or mission.

Cormorant is the DEP skimmer vessel, fishing for floatables. See p. 19 of this great overview of the City’s wastewater process.

It might be irreverent to say this, but COE’s Hayward seemed to use the flag as jib in order to turn on its axis. Tell me I saw that wrong.

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