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I’m back in the boro;  the twenty teens and twenties here have brought in these exotic vessels involved in wind farm work.  Fugro Brasilis has been here before;  I caught her just over a year ago at the Narrows.

I’m wondering about that boot stripe;  did she leave much heavier than her return?  If you compare her waterline today with that back in July 2020, they look different.  She also appears stern high in the photo above. 

Note the “appendage” stern quarter port side, above and below.  Is this a probe of some sort?

 

 

Here’s a closer look.

 

In spite of names to the contrary, I believe was was built in Thailand, if I read this right and unless Oakwell has branches elsewhere in the world.

 

All photos today, WVD, who’s feeling a bit taciturn.

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