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Quick post:  Bowsprite caught this bulker and sent it to me before she sped off to green climes south of palm tree heaven.  I can’t make out the name of this vessel (Thanks, Kaya, who identifies it as Karine Bulker.) but I know it’s a sister vessel of Pasha Bulker that, due to mismanagement, made an unauthorized shore visit in June 2007.  I love the pink here:  vessel, Colgate clock, sunset on the Watchung Mountains.   Other sights around the harbor include

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Elbrus

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Eos

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Amazon Brilliance.

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And the list could go on, but not tonight.

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