Sometimes the shapes, hints and colors are enough. You’ll see two more fotos of the ship farther down in this post. Tug–I believe–is Mary Alice.
Same vessel disappears off left as Atlantic Elm heads for the Narrows bound for sea as well.
Leaving town she drew only
about 14 feet.
Here’s Baltic Mercur, the vessel disappearing over the horizon above.
Other vessels in the sixth boro yesterday included Stena Poseidon turning and outbound,
Torm Helsingor and Southport,
Grande Congo and Rio Madeira,
and Overseas Texas City and an unidentified Vane unit.
Notice the pairs . . . . it’s Valentine Day, and I see imminent kisses in places.
And then there’s this . . . if anyone gets a foto of Temptation with a capital T . . . I’d love it.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp. AIS capture credits to marinetraffic.com