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Here was the first in the series.  Yesterday’s post ended here, so it’s the place to resume.

In was still the golden hour when Joseph Bisso headed to the dive site.  Anyone care to comment on what the project out there is?

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Gelberman seemed to be following, but a mile or so beyond the VZ, they made a 180 degrees and returned to the Upper Bay.

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A number of tankers came through, led by Zambezi Star.

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As winter ends, pleasure craft return . . . like Painkiller2.  An anesthesiologist, I wonder.  Or is there some connection with the gray-hulled tanker beyond it?  Can you read the name?

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Pretty World‘s been here before.  She’s part of a fleet that includes Pretty Jewelry and Pretty Scene.  I can imagine some additional names . . .  Pretty Polly, for starters.

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If you’ve never watched traffic from here, it’s a rewarding spot.

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Enough sitting inside, I’m headed back out.

At 0630 today . . .  this vessel was still in Gravesend Bay, flanked by two tugboats.  I recalled it’d been there for about two days.

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As the tide turned, one assist tug switched out and others added.

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Three hours later . . . it was Margaret Moran, Joan Turecamo, and Marion Moran . . . and

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then Gramma Lee T Moran hooked into the bow, totaling over 16,000 hp if needed.  Pretty World looked like a dead ship.

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Towing stern first,

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Gramma Lee T brought her into Upper Bay by noon and then on to GMD Bayonne.  It looks like time to pop the hood on Pretty World.

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All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

 

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