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Ralph E. Bouchard and B. No. 230 move in the direction of Explorer of the Seas. Not apparent from this foto . . . Explorer was at that moment reversing its way into the the Bayonne passenger terminal, backing into a parking spot if you will.
Compliments of Bernie Ente of Working Harbor Committee, Hoegh Africa moves seaward through the KVK, overtaken by . . . she who’s been alleged as my “crush-du-jour,” Emma Miller. Well, Alice has spurned me for just so long, that part of me that always seeks “my other half” has decided that 700′ loa bulk carriers like Alice might just not be my long-lost other half. Maybe Emma is more my type.
To get serious, Bernie has some fantastic “hidden harbor tours” planned, including four sunset tours and –what I get most excited about– a circumnavigation of Staten Island. Click here to reserve your spot(s) while they last.
Nathan E. Stewart emerges from behind New River, an American-built tanker from Avondale Industries, 1997.
Emma again? Nope. It’s her sister Sunny Williams passing Histria Tiger, Romanian, proving that not all blues are created equal. I’m partial to the lube tanker’s blue. To digress into thoughts of love, I’ve never had a crush on someone with an identical twin. I wonder how that would work. Here, I feel something for Emma different from Sunny. Hmm? Such strange wiring I must have in me.
Parting shot . . . stern of Chemical Pioneer, a very unusual ship to bear New York as its port of registry, escorted to sea by Rosemary McAllister, who arrived in the sixth boro almost a year ago.
All shots, except Bernie’s, taken today by . . . Will Van Dorp.
Unrelated: Henry’s logpage is up although the watercolors keep getting washed away by the stormy north Sea.