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Here’s an index of previous posts with this title.
And a lot of photos of small craft. Given recent temperatures, it’s notable that all these vessels would NOT be able these days to navigate waters much north of the sixth boro or on the Great Lakes, because of ice conditions. Given the significant clues, can you identify the vessel and location below? Answers follow.
Here’s Julia, a sturdy all weather boat out with McKinley Sea.
Here’s Julia a few weeks ago–when the whelp of Hudson River ice still went out into the Lower Bay–
retrieving personnel from NS Lotus.
Taking the stern of Kimberly Poling . . . a small USACE I don’t recognize.
See the small unidentified boat beyond Mako‘s stern. I believe it’s the Vane crew boat, not
to be confused with Grace D.
ABC-1 was out with supplies a few weeks ago, no matter the single-digit temperatures.
These temperatures could kill, but small fish boats like Pannaway are out there.
And if I’m reading that right, Pannaway is registered in a New Hampshire, my home state as you can read on the “about tugster” page.
Harbor Charlie is out with the small NYPD boat.
Now, let’s mix things up a bit. Seth Tane took this photo in the sixth boro back in the late 70s or early 80s. Can anyone identify this boat, Karen L? I ran a lot of photos from that era by Seth in a series here almost two years ago. In this case, Karen L seems to have just returned four jolly tars back to their ship in the anchorage as another crewman watches from the rail.
Rich Taylor took this photo recently off St. Lucia, four different very balanced tars in a long narrow boat.
This photo comes via Fred Trooster in Rotterdam showing line handlers there. Here’s a post I did over three years ago of line handlers in the Kills.
And this somehow returns us to the mystery vessel at the top of the post: Knight Rider following the FDR just north of the United Nations, the blue flag in the top photo being the clue.
Thanks to Rich, Seth, and Fred for the photos already attributed. All others by Will Van Dorp.
Count’em . . . three! Becky Ann and two of Ken’s boats.
Click here to see a post I did a few months back on crewboats exclusively. Miami River shuttles in here past Charleston in drydock.
Becky, Doris, and Maria T.
Wolf River has returned to the sixth boro after some time away. Brazil maybe?
A few weeks ago, here’s Julia assisting as Freddy K Miller prepares to move a construction barge away from Governors Island.
Miss Ayva in the straits of Gowanus down under the BQE is one of the workhorses . . . work ponies of the harbor, not unlike
this unidentified vessel off Happy Dynamic‘s stern and
Gabby . . . here staying ahead of Sarah Ann and her clutch of barges and
Julia fearlessly speeding out the flat Narrows to run someone out to Gravesend Bay.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.
I debated calling this Eagle 4 or Eagles 2 . . . but thought both would be misleading. It’s like this . . . at 1030 this morning, Eagle Boston was turning on the hook just inside the Narrows. See the 17-year-old tanker’s new baby sister here.
Around the same time, Ellen McAllister was eastbound on the KVK, although I knew not where bound. See third foto here for one of my older fotos of Ellen.
When Ellen arrived, flood tide was used to rotate the tanker and
The point here serves as an imaginary fulcrum for the turn into the KVK.
Amy C McAllister has the starboard side.
That’s a quite deep floating pool of oil.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp. Here’s the fleet list.
Here was a similar foggy day in the sixth boro a few months back. AIS showed me this vessel with an auspicious name, and I figured it’d just magically turn clear if I went outside to watch. Frogma found fog more glorious than I did.
Wrong!! This is what fog looked like out there this morning. That’s Charles D. McAllister headed out to meet a huge orange containership. Somewhere off Charles D.‘s stern is the shiny new Curtis Reinauer . . . but obscured. What fog sounds like, though, is not captured here . . . low pitched blasts, penetrating yet not loud.
Up on the KVK . . . this vessel that I’d seen in port a month ago was at the dock, begging to be redubbed Foggy Venture.
Wolf River headed out as Chesapeake Coast pushed barge Chesapeake in.
R/V Seawolf passes by Sarasota on her way out as well.
Ellen McAllister joins Charles D. in assisting Rumanian-built Rio Madeira into a berth. On a clear day, this would look quite different.
FDNY M8 cruises out to the Narrows and back. Off the bow of M8, it’s Marie J. Turecamo assisting
Linda Moran over to Sarasota, where
Julia has just made a personnel call.
Cormorant throws wings up . . .when’s this going to clear?
Unrelated . . . but while I was studying AIS over coffee this morning, I saw that Ouro do Brasil was heading up Delaware Bay. Now that’s a vessel with a paint scheme I’d love to see. Anyone pass along fotos?
All fotos by Will Van Dorp, who still has more Mississippi watershed fotos to share.
Take 2 . . . some the same, some different. Lynx southbound at 16:08.
Evening Star anchored at 16:09.
Christine McAllister anchored at 16:10.
Julia and Twin Tube attending Maersk Katarina at 16:13 at the 28 buoy.
Crystal Cutler heading for the Kills at 16:30.
Overseas Atalmar and bow of American Spirit at anchor . . . 16:37.
Another shot of Christine McAllister at 16:44.
Discovery Coast at 16:46.
Liberty V at 16:53 bound for Liberty Island . . . a crewboat.
Twisted #2 sign at the Battery looking toward Jersey City at 17:07.
Barbara McAllister preparing to remake the tow at 17:26.
Maserati VOR70 at the dock, heeled over for repairs, at 17:40
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.