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When I saw this Onego cargo ship on AIS, I was hoping it still had the paint job it had when Henk Jungerious took the photo below.  click on the photo for more info.

But, no, the paint was more sedate as Onego Mississippi entered the sixth boro.

The design is unusual for this 2013 vessel, 380′ x 59′.

See the crewman standing watch above the name?

I’m curious about the angled back stalk holding the bridge and what that means for interior space.  See the two crewman at the bulwark below the rescue boat?

This vessel reminds me of Dutch-built CFL Prospect that I caught on the Hudson here back in 2008.

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Here’s another shot of that angled back stalk.

I’m not sure what cargo they’re either carrying of picking up, but it’s the second Onego vessel in as many days.  I missed Onego Rio.  Double click on the photo below to enlarge it.

All photos, WVD, who’s also reminded of Vikingbank I saw some years ago here.

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