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As Florida’s cutterhead chews the harbor bottom away at the rate of 43,200 revolutions per day … in ideal conditions of teeth staying permanently sharp, vessels of all provenances and sizes sashay in and out and around. By New York standards, Maersk Kokura is large, at 1040′ loa x 138′ beam, and its keel mere feet above Florida‘s anchor line.
I’ve no numbers on clearance below the Bayonne to the uppermost portions of Kokura. Anyone?
Fotos by Will Van Dorp.
Unrelated: Underwater Halloween party . . .