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Separating Copacabana and Ipanema is a point I think is called Arpoador (Harpooneer).  From that point, this is looking northeast toward the entrance to the harbor.

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This is closer to the shore, nets deploying.

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This small boat is passing between the point and Ilha Rasa.  It appears to have a large fish over the portside.

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Here, as seen from the east end of Ipanema and looking between Ilhas Cagarras and Palmas is another view of the offshore rig.  I don’t see it identified on AIS.

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xHere is one of many dozens on vessels seen from the Rio-Niteroi Bridge and looking north beyond Guanabara Bay toward the Serra dos Orgoas.

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Among these vessels, I did spot a Candies and a Seacor boat, not shown here.

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I’ve tried unsuccessfully to identify on non-OSV 1950s style passenger/cargo vessel, gray and in front and center.  Anyone know?  [Update:  it’s called Teknik Perdana, 1974, hydrographic research vessel.  see comment.] 

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All fotos by Will Van Dorp.  More as possible.

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