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Secret salts sometimes send along photos, and I appreciate that, since many waterways I’ll never see . . . and that means boats I’d never encounter, like Reliance, 1979, 127′ x 40;’
Grand Canyon II, an offshore construction/ROV/IRM vessel, shown in this link getting towed from Romania to Norway for completion; and more.
Here’s an unidentified Marquette Offshore boat with an unidentified Weeks crane barge,
Gulf Glory and an unidentified Algoma self-unloader,
and finally a WW2-era tank-landing ship turned dredger and named Columbia, ex-LST-987.
All interesting stuff from Mobile, Alabama. Hat’s off to the secret salt.
I’m always looking for “first-timers” like Sam.
Is this the one . . . Sterling Equipment, built 1972? And it appears to have a Randive unit on the foredeck.
Viking, North River bound completes Ellis Island.
Reliance heads for the KVK.
Tampa, nearly 30 years old, has seen some intrigue in its day.
Aha! the small brown vessel beyond Eagle Baltimore . . . it’s December 1 and Eastern Welder has returned fishing to the sixth boro.
And a bit later, an IVS bulker named Kite passes the same tanker.
Doris Moran plows through the KVK.
Indy pushes through the Buttermilk and into the East River.
A USCG RIB passed off the bow of Stena Primorsk.
Enjoy another shot of Annabelle Dorothy.
Now this fits in the Whatzit?!@!? category. A sloop named Jazz and a sportfisherman named T2 mooring off some sort of workboat I’ve never seen . . . . Anyone help?
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.