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I’m not sure what the rest of the story here is, but for me the story is a vessel–Sea Surveyor–I’ve never seen before and parked at a location where it can get help . . . like
Sea Surveyor is a vessel of the Gardine Marine Sciences group.
Photos by Will Van Dorp, the day after Storm Juno passed through.
A floating door aka caisson can mean only one thing . . .
something new is headed into the GMD graving dock.
Helping with the rotation is Resolute (starboard) and Maurania III, port stern, and
inside the graving dock, about 20′ margin exists on either side.
Around 2 pm, John P. Brown leaves the KVK for the northwest, and a
bit later, Sisler (T-AKR 311) heads into port with a gaggle of McAllister tugs assisting.