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Vessels from left to right in front of the container ship President Truman include:  small tanker Captain Log, tugs Amy C McAllister, and McAllister Brothers.

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I called Captain Log a “mere pup” here almost two years ago. Below, Captain Log meets Patrick Sky in the KVK in December 2008.  Who is the captain named “Log” memorialized by this tanker?

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Ron Rice caught this shot in early November.

aaalog2Loaded to capacity, Captain Log leaves the Arthur Kill as the sun rises in this September shot.

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Eastbound and

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For a profile of a Captain Log captain,  see Ben Gibberd’s fine book New York Waters.

All fotos, except Ron’s, by Will Van Dorp.

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