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Names themselves can fascinate, once the basic architecture of vessel traffic ceases to vary much. I’ve noticed the same is true in some of my relations with people after all: once I got it that anatomically we’re quite the same with predictable variation, novelty is sometimes only a matter of one’s name or place of origin.

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And like this below, it took me a while to figure out the English, but I did and then I found this fabulous icy Quebec foto here.

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It took a while to figure this name as Ji Li Hu, a Cosco panamax tanker, as depicted here.

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Some names are clear although the reference quite escapes me, except in the context of her siblings.

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Looks like that bulbous bow has taken some blows.

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