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Here was 5. Early May means recreational vessels return to the sixth boro, even if
Revenir came into the Narrows recently.
From the name I had guessed an insurance company . . . but this boat operates between Manhattan and a golf course in Jersey.
And finally . . . it appears to be Swivel, one of the 65′ WYTLs sold out of the Coast Guard.
So the Nomada story is that once she was a Royal Canadian Navy tugboat built in 1943. As such she crossed the Atlantic on her own. I guess I’d better do a post on her tomorrow. If you’re upriver, keep your eyes peeled; she’s headed for Lake Erie.