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Here was H & D 6.
Thanks to Stuart, Harold, and “Ann O’Numess” for identifying the Kosnac tug steaming past Riker’s in Carlito’s Way. Here’s a foto I took three years ago, and below I took of Dorothy Elizabeth (1951) in Tottenville a month ago. Might she really already be slivers of scrap?
Hercules (1963), sibling of Maverick and others, awaits her emigration with
the return of Blue Marlin. Note Alert (1976) in the lower left.
Matthew Tibbetts (1966) was high and
With unusually high exhaust, that’s Marlin (1974) on left and Penn No. 6 (1970) beside her. No one has yet told me how designers decide to run such long exhausts v. equally serviceable short ones. Sea Raven is another high-exhaust vessel.
Click here to see Kathleen Turecamo in its element, not where it stood last weekend.
Barents Sea (right) and Na Hoku . . . I wonder how long they’ve spent tied up here. I recall feeling excited when I first spotted Barents (1976) more than three years back, and Na Hoku (1981) used to work the California-Hawaii run, but I can tell you when she last floated on Pacific water.