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Here the magical dory is tied to Philip T. Feeney, which now languishes in a tug purgatory. The shore of lower Manhattan also looked quite different then. That low-slung but stately building on the other side of the river is the Custom House aka Museum of the American Indian.
Reef points and baggy wrinkle . . . this is a classy sailing dory not timid
when navigating past a tanker of yore.
All photos by Pamela Hepburn of Pegasus Preservation Project.
The forward portion of a new cruise ship? Yes, I smudged the identifying marks a slash here and there.
Compare bows here and
sterns. Here‘s a recent itinerary for Kobe Express. More comparison: Horizon Producer is 721′ loa x 95′, 25644 dwt. Kobe Express is panamax . . . i.e., 964′ loa x 104′, 66,700 dwt. See the 11th foto here for a panamax vessel shoehorned into a lock in Panama. Tugs are Kimberley Turecamo and Laura K. Moran.
If you fancy beam-on profiles, click here.
As an aside, yesterday morning Producer passed this sad derelict launched from the same shipyard 82 years before our vintage containership, Philip T. Feeney . . .
All fotos within the past three days by Will Van Dorp, who’s mulling over a gallivant tomorrow.
Speaking of the Jones Act, here’s a recent NYTimes article about American shipping companies like Liberty Maritime not getting a fair share of US shipping. I’m embarrassed to say I’ve never heard of this company.