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Tiny boat in KVK hits tugboat wake, samples submarine life.

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Here’s the same vessel seconds earlier.  Corps of Engineers vessel?  Innovative sampling technique?

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Not quite so extreme . . . with this security vessel, which

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seconds before had zoomed toward the Buttermilk.

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No, I didn’t catch this Harlem River-patrolling NYPD boat with bone-in-teeth, but I love the billboard.  I figure it refers to a TV show, but–given the law enforcement boat–more apropos might be . . “underworlds of the city.”  Or

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given the splash around the first Engineers boat . . . underwater in the city.

Unrelated:  I took the foto below at the Tug Roundup to capture Spooky Boat history.  And I just relocated it this rainy afternoon.

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