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PBB means “place beyond belief.”  I knew immediately what this was, although I’d never expected to see one afloat and amove!  Know it?

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The translation here is literally “grain sucker.”  Click here (scroll to pic 5) to see a WW2 era floating grain elevator operating in the sixth boro.

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Here’s power lifter Matador 2 towed by 1964 Pieter L.

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Here is one of the most amazing things I saw, a floating vacation boat for the sick and handicapped!!  Click here for more pics.

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Al-Bahar, a brand new self-propelled cutter suction dredger manufactured in the same locality as

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this 250+ year-old technology.

0aaaaaakinder

Eurogas and

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a short-sea container ship, one of myriad.

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Vessel Terra transporting Mercedes vans.

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Ark vessel name is Reinwater, but I’ve no explanation for the model sturgeon on the bow.

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The Dutch word for bicycle is “fiets”  . . which makes this Babette’s fiets, kinda sorta like this movie.

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A floating refueling station with a great name.

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An oil spill clean up vessel outbound under the Erasmus Bridge.

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Kapitein Kok or Kapitein Anna . ..  another amazing restoration.

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All photos by Will Van Dorp, who is far from his heart on the the sixth boro, although he’s loving it.

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