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See the New Yorker?

See the NACC New Yorker?

Now you see it.  NACC New Yorker has been around for a while, but here’s the closest I’ve gotten to it.

She delivers cement to the Bronx, the McInnis terminal at 50 Oak Point.

The most common sister ship I’ve seen is NACC Argonaut.

The 2009 vessel was previously called Endeavor and NACC Napoli.  My guess is that she was given the current name when she began to Bronx run.  Here‘s the fleet as it once existed. 

All photos, WVD.

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