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Hercules, something new,

Rae (ex-Miss Bonnie)  . . . something as old as I am (launch 1952). And what dock structures is she moving?

OSG Vision pushing OSG 350 . . . something colossal

making the racket of hooves of 12,000 horses’ hooves, not counting (1974-launch)  Jennifer Turecamo‘s contribution.

McAllister Girls . . . and something serene before

Maurania III helps

ruffle that serenity.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

As to that swan in the serene foto above, click here and scroll through for a previous fabulous encounter with a sixth boro swan, one who’ll never sing.

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