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Some backstory on Bebedouro and juice tankers in general can be read here. Today was as cloudy as the last time we met was sunny, but for me Bebe pierces any gloomy or doomy day.
Miriam Moran and Brendan Turecamo must have the same attraction to this Brazilian morsel, given how they pursue.
Bebedouro herself has traveled over 58,000 nautical miles since April 1, moving the divine southern juice from Brazil to Rotterdam and Newark.
Scroll through this post for more info on juice tanker technology.
Citrus Products Inc operates a facility over in Port Newark where Bebe and her sisters
deposit their cargo.
Note the ferry Islander on the left side of the foto.
All fotos taken by Will Van Dorp, this morning.
I heard that whales frolicked out in the Ambrose this morning. Maybe they too felt their hearts quicken as Bebe approached. My bebe’s back!!
Bebe . . . it used to be someone else, but now it’s you. Only you can make the sunshine so sweet in February.
juice don’t mix, I know. I’ll wait and bask under the perfect sky.
But soon enough, these couplings will be engaged and the sweetest nectar will flow.
Ok ok . . . let me scale it back. Bebedouro is a municipality in Sao Paulo state renowned for the orange juice industry.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.
And yes, whales did frolic in the Ambrose this morning. I am looking for a word derivation of Bebedouro. When I first saw it, I imagined a permutated “hard baby,” but then I caught a drift of drinking gold . . . although my online translator also comes up with “ouro” as to make crazy . . . as in baby, you make me crazy! But I realize now I’ve gone way far overboard.
Check out this gallery of fruit juice tankers that ply the oceans . . . maybe making the sea mammals go crazy.