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. . . sometimes aka Kate’s Light. And I did a Katherine Walker post here without including the light in that post. So here’s my attempt at amends. All Robbins Reef today . . .
The tug Robbins Reef is an ex-army tug, sibling of 8th Sea, built in 1953 in Fells Point at American Electric Welding. Can anyone add info on the former American Electric Welding shipyard? National also appears to be a sibling, but I am starting to digress.
Back to the light by that name . . . in the distance.
See you at the Noble Maritime auction tonight, I hope.
I debated calling this Eagle 4 or Eagles 2 . . . but thought both would be misleading. It’s like this . . . at 1030 this morning, Eagle Boston was turning on the hook just inside the Narrows. See the 17-year-old tanker’s new baby sister here.
Around the same time, Ellen McAllister was eastbound on the KVK, although I knew not where bound. See third foto here for one of my older fotos of Ellen.
When Ellen arrived, flood tide was used to rotate the tanker and
The point here serves as an imaginary fulcrum for the turn into the KVK.
Amy C McAllister has the starboard side.
That’s a quite deep floating pool of oil.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp. Here’s the fleet list.