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Vitals:  Built in Louisiana 1967.  2300 hp, 82′ loa  x 24′ according to the Carl Wayne database.

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I’ve mentioned Janice Ann in more than a dozen posts and met some of the crew.

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Here’s Janice Ann on a rainy day looking over to the Statue and

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and the Nicole with RTC 51 and

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and frothy wake with the rest of sixth boro’s shoreline obscured by rain.

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I miss the pudding Janice used to sport;  since losing it, she’s like the Statue without her torch and crown.

Thanks for sharing the fotos of a rainy day on the harbor.

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Graves of Arthur Kill

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Tale of Two Marlins

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