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The last time I used this title , which starts with this foto of the elegant New York Central No. 13, was a half year ago. How can this be? And No. 13, how will these elegant nineteenth century curves glide as she cleaves the Kills?
Amber Waves . . . evocative name, but wouldn’t frothy ones be more descriptive for winter fishing? Notice the storage space of a trawler hull compared with the tug hulls in this post. Seeing those spanking new “zinc fish” affixed to the hull recalls Bowsprite’s recent –shall we say . . . “biological” . .. studies.
Shelby . . . all engine room and fluids tank … is quite unlike this
offshore clam dredge (?) that needs to store the catch until it’s offloaded at the dock.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.
I’ve previously compared hull types here.