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Vane Brothers Pocomoke pushes petroleum past Red Hook cranes,

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Sister Susquehanna sleeps beside its DoubleSkin 52 with an unidentified Bouchard unit in the background,

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McAllister Responder rushes  the #2 buoy,

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Robert IV rumbles past the cliffs of lower Manhattan’s cliffs haze-shrouded as if July had already arrived,

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Pocomoke pokes on to the northeast with its DoubleSkin 53?,

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Hubert Bays hauls an unidentified scow past MOT as it exits KVK, and

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… and you wanted a stern view of Susquehanna, right?

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All fotos taken on a steamy Tuesday morning in April by Will Van Dorp.

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