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Where might that gull go if it were to tag along on this vessel with exotic names for  the rest of the year?  Guesses?

I took this foto as it entered the KVK this morning from Savannah bound for Port Elizabeth . . . aka Port of New York/New Jersey.  Well, it leaves here tomorrow bound for sea and will be back just before New Year’s 2012.  And before returning, it’ll have done the following ports in this order:  Halifax . . .

Kingston, Panama Canal, LA, Oakland, Vostochnyy, Ningbo, Shanghai, Pusan, Balboa, Panama Canal, Kingston, Savannah:  voyage #28 for Zim Beijing.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp, who wishes I could tag along.    The escort tug was Charles D. McAllister.

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