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Navigator . . . until I looked carefully, I assumed she operated out of the Chesapeake/Elizabeth River in Virginia, because her colors are similar to tugs like Kodiak.   But I stand corrected . . . Balico Marine Services . . . I had not known that name.

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And Realist, the nearer tug, I thought she was always at the dock, as here, tied in front of Hubert Bays.

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Well, yesterday, Realist crossed the Upper Bay when I was there, and she needed the upper wheelhouse to see over GL66.

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Below is a photo of Realist, taken not quite a year ago.  In this batch of photos here from Paul Strubeck, you’ll find a photo of Realist fleet mate Specialist.

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Here’s Dolphin, which I last saw in the Mississippi here almost a year and a half ago.

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Yesterday the 70 degree air temperatures made the Upper Bay quite foggy, a nice effect.

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And finally . . . Genesis Liberty, you can see her here in some of her previous lives– Hornbeck and before– in this post from eight years ago!!

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Eight years ago, the skyline didn’t look this way either.

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For more older photos of two of the tugs in today’s post, click here, a post from three years ago.

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All the photos here by Will Van Dorp.

 

 

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