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August 5, 2010 in Allied Transportation, dredging, Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co., McAllister, Moran, New York harbor, photos, Reinauer, ships, survey vessels, USCG | Tags: Coast Guard 40-footers, McAllister Towing, Moran Towing, New York harbor, tugboats | 4 comments
Thirteen months ago I last used this title; it seems summer appropriate. Look carefully at the foto below and the one that follows.
Same or different? Barbara McAllister gives portside assist.
The huge orange Eagle Beaumont is in both fotos, but the 40′ Coast Guard boats . . . look at the numbers on the bow, one ending in 50 and the other 81.
Dolphin III had a group of divers over the side. That’s Sea Raven in the background.
Seeing a cutter suction head emerge from the water might make me afraid to dive, but dredge vessel Florida
only raised it to have some dental
work performed by the crew on the barge attached to Brangus. More Brangus soon, since there seems to be some new equipment mounted to the visor (hard to see) that reminds me of sport at Pamplona.
Hoegh Pusan hangs on the hook as
Laura K heads out to meet an assist.
I can’t recall seeing the crew boat Alert before yesterday, or
I really am back. More sixth boro fotos tomorrow.
All fotos taken Wednesday morning by Will Van Dorp.