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Atlantic Concert . . . bound for sea.

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Same place different day, Atlantic Companion . . . bound for sea.

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Is that a hole in the hull?

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Companion has the same although it’s less corroded.

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This ACL series of ships has an unusually boxy and large superstructure.

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and identical safety orange slash across the visor.

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For more ACL in tight quarters, check out this link.

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Anyone have an idea of turn-around time for these ROROs in port?

And although I know the term “black ships” conjures up the wrong impressions, I can’t look at these ACL vessels and not think “black ships.”

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