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Cargoes past featured–besides plain colored containers–trucks, and boats like this. Anyone know the cargo of a rowboat called Liv? Unrelated to the sixth boro, but the answer follows at end of post. Some of these
traveled to sea yesterday on
President Polk. Military colors? Some engines or generators traveled a little farther back.
No . . cargo here is not cobalt. But can anyone tell me the types of oils or chemicals she carries? For pics of her launch, see here; scroll down a bit.
As to cargoes or potential ones here, use your imagi . . .
ion. I still have no confirmation what this fishing boat catches. MOL Express, 964′ loa. Bering Sea (ex-Stacy Moran and ex-Cougar) stands by barge in the distance.
E-Bos undergoes lightering.
Cargo on Padre Island . . . rich Hudson Valley silt, soon “dissipant” on the seabottom.
And more on this later: a group a thirsty folk in matching red uniforms evoking a certain cargo-delivery outfit from up north . . . . Could they have liberated themselves from the hold of Ambrose? Would they be carrying TWICs?