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A quick post before headed out roadstering.  Moran tugs  Edward J and Diane await.

Crescent boats do the same at their dock on Hutchinson Island in the background as Diane returns to her dock.

Crescent Bulldog escorts in Maersk Jenaz.

Bulldog backs out for the next job.

Still later is at the dock flanked by Savannah and Gen Oglethorpe.  Anyone help identify the tug far right?

Orida heads out as well.

I don’t know the company here, but from right to left:  Ponca (in dry dock), John Parrish, and Sara Kaitlin.

Closeup of drydock near the end of shift on New Year’s Eve.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp.  More as soon as the roads, wi-fi hot spots, and all other factors allow.

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