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Thanks to Ashley Hutto, I started on this path a month ago.  Notice the equipment just beyond the H-bitt and slightly toward the capstan?

The same equipment can be found on this $161 million stationary vessel on the East River:  the orange ring and net seems to be to the right and several balls can be seen lower left.

Here’s the same on this

ship called Kestrel.  I suppose the ship is named for the backboard?

And notice this one on Ocearch just above and beyond the lighter blue tent?

Here’s another . . . standard version on

this LNG tanker Atlantic bound at the Cocoli locks….

A slight permutation gets us to “bulls on halls…”    Well, we’ve had cows here and here . . .   Has anyone seen livestock vessels in the sixth boro recently?

Thanks to Ashley for the first shot;  the others by Will Van Dorp.   Here are some more hoops.  Remember this “cardiac gym” on Apache?   I enjoy looking, expecting to find surprises everywhere.

 

 

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