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Sal Martello posted this comment –“I posted some pics of half moon on marine traffic.com if you want to use those pic for your blog.” So I went and looked and here they are.
Sal took these photos–all sizes–off the Connecticut coast around the first day of summer in 2011.
Thanks much, Sal. If anyone approaches the vessel on the Sound today, you’d think it was the middle day of winter given the snow in the air.
If you click here and are familiar with some of the changes on the NYC waterfront, you’ll know some of these landmarks are gone. Debate on choices of what to save and what to preserve are endless. Recognize the vessel below? What was its past and will be its future?
Here’s a summary of Christeen‘s features. Click here for a quick timeline of 150+ years of water history of Oyster Bay, NY. Of course, Oyster Bay launched many tugboats during the half century of Jakobson‘s tenure there. Scan the list for boats that have appeared on this blog, (Cornell, Margot, Houma, Maryland, Escort, Consort …) too numerous to link to now, but you can use the search window to see them. Jakobson’s even built a small submarine, X-1. Jakobson’s yard is now gone without many traces.
you won’t. It’s gone. See the article here. I took this foto less than three months ago.
All fotos by will Van Dorp.