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Last time I used “specialized ” as title happened almost a year and a half ago.  But this short post on SPT Guardian seems to beg for that.  Recently I’ve seen Guardian move around the boro

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showing its unusual profile.

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I’ve read the site maintained by Skaugen PetroTrans (hence, SPT), but I’d love to hear from a reader about Guardian’s actual range of late.  Usually I’ve seen in docked near Caddell’s.

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Here’s a foto of their first ship and some more history.

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Guardian, sounds vaguely mythical, or legal.  I need a guardian now and then.  Seriously, why does it carry these fenders on the afterdeck?  Summer looks vaguely familiar here, too.  I miss that.

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Anyone fill me in on Guardian’s routines?

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