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I think this is Xin Hai Niu with starboard dredge at work.  In the background on shore is the support arm of Alexandre Chan’s cable-stayed Bridge of Knowledge.

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Harbor tug Uranus?

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Bram Bravo in Niteroi.

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From far to near, Sea Leopard and Skandi Flamenco.  Unidentified Camorim tugs in the foreground.

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To show the scale of Guanabara Bay, the container vessel arriving–CMA CGM Opal–is 850′ loa.   That’s Sugar Loaf in the distance.

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Seisranger is 20 years old, but I’ve never seen a vessel like it.

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I know this foto–taken from a bus with windows that don’t open is a tad blurry, but . . .  Bos Topazio.

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The huge crane is Pelicano 1.  Tankers are unidentified.  I believe the supply vessel might be Santos Rotation . . . but not sure.

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Here’s a closer view.  Blue hull is Maersk Fetcher.

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All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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