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Here are previous posts with this vessel, but first, decide what color the metal below is.  I’ll come back to this photo.

When a tug has a sheet the bow, it means one thing about the vessel involved in the assist.

A fleet of fruit juice tankers like this floats the oceans. Maybe someone can comment on a fleet involved in this trade in eastern Asia.

 

 

Here the shadows of the Bayonne Bridge glide across the hull.

That first photo . . . that was the forward portion the here here.  Shadows have a way with color.

 

Here was an early encounter I had with a juice carrier.

 

She may have discharged a partial load, as she’s now bound for Tampa.  Or am I missing something here?

All photos by Will Van Dorp.

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