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Installment 1 was here.  Guess the loa, breadth, and teu?

So far, I’ve seen Ever Focus and Ever Forward . . . although it appears I’ve not posted my Ever Forward photos.  I do that sometimes by chance.

So Ever Fortune . . . entered service in November 2020. 

It’s one of the newest vessels on the seas, with many superlatives in features. 

Patrice sidled alongside to land the docking pilot and

Capt. Brian and Ava M. joined in the effort.

All photos, WVD, who offers proof for earlier statements hereScrubbers remove the nitrogen oxide and sulphur dioxide. . .  acid rain.

Loa, breadth, and teu?  1096′ x 158′ and capacity of 12118 teu.  Not the biggest, but much bigger than anything here a decade ago, and she moves at max 23 kts!  (26.5 mph).

 

 

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