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Value is a creation from 2011

in the Samsung Heavy Industry yards in Goeje.  Currently the yard is working on–among other things–Utopia.

Value docked for a few days in Bayonne, but now

passing container ships and all the other traffic

will see . . . Ice Blade.  And Value, as of this morning,

has anchored somewhere off Rockaway, Queens.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp, from various spots along the KVK.

Here and here are some other vessels delivered by Samsung in Goeje.

Unrelated:  Do you suppose Costa Concordia will really float away?

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