When this event happened on Memorial Day in the sixth boro, I wrote about it as “cast.” The New London cast right after the 4th of July was quite different. All these fotos come with thanks to Birk Thomas, now at sea. Ferry New London is automatically part of the local and daily cast .
Thames (rhymes with “james” ) Towboat Company’s John P. Wronowski (2004) was built in Florida.
Gwendolyn (1975) was built in Louisiana.
USCGC Eagle began to take shape in Hamburg in 1936.
USS Carter Hall had her keel laid in Louisiana in 1991.
Adam uses her 450 hp mostly around the Thames Towboat Company yards, where it was built.
Patricia Ann came out of a Louisiana shipyard as a YTB on hull #758 . . to Hercules #766, now in Nigeria.
Figureheads need inspection.
John P. and Paul A. Wronowski (1980 in Connecticut) assist USS Carter Hall into its berth. Paul A. was one of the first z-drive tugs ever built.
Ticonderoga (1936 by Herreshoff in Boston as Tioga) begs to be seen from closer, much closer.
Ferry Race Point is cast, even if she’s really working the run to Fisher’s Island.
Behold Wolf . . . she flies the flag of the Conch Republic, where I found myself exactly a year ago!
Cisne Branco . . . like Eagle was in the sixth boro almost two months ago.
Schooner Brilliant, 1932 in the Bronx, is truly brilliant.
Schooner A. J. Meerwald, 1932 in South Jersey, homeports in Bivalve . . . yes the village is truly called that.
Wisconsin-built YP-700 had its keel laid in 1987.
Another shot of Paul A.
It’s Amistad (Connecticut with a 2000 launch) with its unmistakable rake.
Again . . . many thanks to Birk for these fotos.