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That’s Hobo on the left. And what is that larger vessel?  Although I was told it was a supply vessel, a little hunting turned up another category, a botruc . . . or bo-truc.

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Here, according to the owner, the yellow stripe was added to make the vessel–which has spent most of its life serving the island with the DoHS research facility and NOT the island where I used to live— appear less ominous.

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I’ve done lots of posts featuring Blount boats. Click here for the list.

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Check hull #94.  This is what Plum Isle looked like in 1963.  It introduces a new word . . . botruc, quite the 1960s word. Here’s another.  Click here for a photo of a vessel with similar lines, the Blount-built Sailor, a lube tanker that worked–or still works–on the Delaware.

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So . .  does this new word apply to Rosemary as well?  Bopickups?

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And Danalith . . . here headed for Cape Verde, is she a shi-cars?

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All photos except the archival one by Will Van Dorp.

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