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Let’s travel through the Kills now, under the beautful Bayonne that graces my blog masthead, up the Hudson, and as far back as Labor Day 2006, a fantastic weekend for the best sporting eventing of the entire year, the annual Tug Races. Here’s where the fleetest roil the waters of the Hudson, an event that warranted an official delegate from the Mayor this year, but demands a whole lot more attention.
All helmsman wait for the signal of the VHF. When it comes,
Anything smaller than the fleetest tug, K-Sea’s Lincoln Sea, and what is NOT smaller than the Lincoln Sea, like Urger here, feels that small craft warning should have been posted. Who wins you might ask…
Could there really be any question? Lincoln Sea, the K-Sea tug at 8000 hp, 123 feet LOA. Here is post-race festivities, Lincoln Sea takes on others in its class? It’s Janice Ann Reinauer, 2200 hp and 86 feet LOA.
Tell your friends and see you at the Labor Day 2007 premier sports event in– the world.