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Kodiak Island came in with salt and went out with scrap, which she’s taking to Turkey.

St Paul came in escorted by Ellen McAllister.

 

SM Line is less than five years old, having risen from the ashes of Hanjin.  I’d not noticed them here before, but

then again, some change is inconspicuous.

Seatrade White is one of six “colour-class” reefer ships.

Jorita came in with salt, road salt, as well.  She’s now in Norfolk.

It was so hazy last week one day that even the brilliance of ONE Ibis was dimmed.

Indigo Ray was here this weekend, sister of Ebony Ray, and lots of other rays, some of which I’ve seen on AIS but not seen in fact..

Indigo has changed its name.

And finally . . . Seroja Enam.  This name puzzles me.  Maybe someone can elucidate the name?

All photos, WVD, one of those people who never tires of seeing ships come and go, knowing that in a month they might be on the other side of the planet.

 

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