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That’s what I’m doing, preferably feeling the water but inside the ship today.  Below, W. O. Decker handles the whitewater created by boats in a recent race with at least 10 times Decker‘s horsepower.

As seen from the Bayonne Bridge walkway, Quenames displaces a fair amount of water, surrounding itself with froth.

Fireboat water in the sky and spray over the bow of these boats racing to the finish line. 

 

 

But today, I hope to be propelled by the wind, maybe with the rail not buried, but heeled over enough that water will be flowing into and then out of the scuppers.

 

Happy Labor Day.  All photos, WVD.

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