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I know this is Kelly Ann Candies, but not because I can read the name.   She entered Guanabara Bay midday yesterday and was heading here over to Niteroi.

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And this, Davidson Tide.

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This . .  Havila Princess

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and again with a little more geographical context.

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And I know the outbound tanker here is Carmen Knutsen, with  “cold weather loading equipment “at bow, but the stationary supply/multipurpose vessel . . . I can’t make out because

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zoomed out, this is how it looks.  That’s Sugar Loaf at left.

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I hope you enjoy these as well, although I can provide no ID.

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Leftmost vessel here is BJ Blue Marlin, which I got closeups of here a few days ago.  But the other . . . sorry . . . to the naked eye it looks

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like this.  See it  . . . at the horizon in lower right?

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All fotos by will Van Dorp.

Seven Oceans in the morning,

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Xin Hai Niu in the evening . . . Guanabara Bay sees some interesting vessels, even if I can’t get the best fotos.

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Seven Oceans again with an outbound Skandi Amazonas,

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Keri Candies,

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Havila Princess, 

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and Laurindo Pitta

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This may be my last post for awhile, as I might be traveling away from a connection.

Here’s a youtube on how Seven Oceans  was built and first operated.  Here’s info on the company.

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