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I airbrushed away the name, but the rest of the gray is undercoating, i.e., original color.  This has to be one of five identical (I’m told) boats.  Guess, if you wish, before you scroll.

 

 

My guess is that she’s having some repairs, upgrades, periodic inspections . . .

Coho is the second of five FIN class boats built for Penn Maritime, one root of which was Morania.  Click here for a candler that went as Morania No. 8.

 

The other FIN class boats now in Kirby livery are Skipjack and Yellowfin, which I’ve never seen, as well as Bluefin and Mako.

All photos by Will Van Dorp.

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