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A quick set of odds and ends, a sampling of sights seen during my daily peregrinations.  Let’s start with an odd one . . . one of a current five–I believe–subs in the Brazilian navy, headed here toward CMA CGM Opal out in the haze.

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Anchor handler Normand Mariner here at anchor.

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A wooden schooner/partyboat carries revelers.

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A modern sloop slips past.

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The personal yacht of a magnate remains in port as his fortunes churn and roil.

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Out beyond heavy surf, it’s Savieros Gaivota.

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Out of the morning haze, it’s Crest Olympus and barely above the horizon at this point, Deepstim Brasil II, a name I would not have understood a week ago.

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And finally, not a vessel at all–although it looks like something straight out of the Roswell myth–the Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum designed by Oscar Niemeyer, who also had a hand in designing parts of  this structure on the edge of the sixth boro.

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Tchau and more soon.

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