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Using the asterisk or not is something I started a few years ago, to distinguish vessels mostly used in salt v. fresh water on this blog.  Ships v. ships *  …. the asterisked set is up to 8 now.

So where might this vessel have been photographed?

For what it’s worth, it was built in Guanabara Bay . . . way back in to a spot I never got to…. in Rio state.  It would have been grand to see this vessel depart north bound past Sugar Loaf.

Last chance to guess here . . . .

Algoma Integrity has been replacing Alice on the aggregates runs from the Canadian maritimes. As of this writing, Alice is on a run between Boston and the Bahamas.

All photos this week by Will Van Dorp.

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