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Norwegian Sea seemed to leave town soon after it received its transformative K-Sea to Kirby paint job here about five years ago.  I can’t say for certain that she’s been back in between, but I spotted her immediately from several miles off, given her distinctive upper house support.  Note the Ikea barge there beyond her stern.

Here was a post I just happened to do earlier this month, as a glance back, that alludes to her lines.

She was hooked up to DBL 81   .  . .

Good to see you, Norwegian Sea.

All photos by Will Van Dorp.

 

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