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Rhino . . .  sibling of Wildebeest, a beastly tanker I photographed here some time back.  with names like these,

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I imagine the sixth boro as the Serengeti.

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STX Ace 6 . . .  hmmmm.

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And yet another bulk carrier emptied out at the salty pile, it’s

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Pacific Basin’s Cape Henry.

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And off the starboard bow in the distance, it’s

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poetically named Seasong.

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and to close it out . . . all these vessels are in the sixth bork as of this writing  .  . .   Lian Xing Hu.

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All photos by Will Van Dorp.

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