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Recognize this vessel?

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It’s the 1982 Quenames, as I’ve never seen her before.

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Anyone know the origin of that name?

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One of GLDD’s crew boats . ..  St. Johns River, I think,

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from this angle looks

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speedy.

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Can you identify this boat?

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It’s 1965 Harry McNeal, seen here from riverbank perspective.

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Note how the tug attaches to the notchless barge, and

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the wooden support for the tracked crane.  The “column” to lower left is a spud, which pins the barge to the bottom for stability while the crane is used.

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All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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