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Back in December, I posted a variation of the photo below.  But that view didn’t allow me to see the bow.

Now I have:  what an attractive boat!

Now that I see her bow and complete profile, I see how similar the hull is to Sea Hawk but maintains a functioning lower wheelhouse.  It was too bad the froth obscured the Bludworth connection.

 

Updated photo of the ladder on the nose is below.

It was a pleasure to see the 1998 Sea Eagle light as I was out doing my exercise in social and actually physical distancing.

All photos, WVD, who wishes you all health.

Unrelated:  Some mariners are trapped on their vessels, and likely not thrilled to be calling in the sixth boro.

Day in day out . . . and night in night out, port work goes on.  Here James D finishes up escorting a gargantuan “flower” ship out.

Sea Eagle stands by with her barge while Dace refuels.

Pearl Coast heads for Caddells,

where Kings Point is getting some work done.

Discovery Coast leaves the Gowanus Bay berth.

Atlantic Coast lighters a salt ship while Lucy waits in the anchorage.

Lyman moves Sea Shuttle southbound while some Bouchard units heads for the KVK.

And completing this installment, it’s Kirby, all finished with another assist.

All photos by Will Van Dorp.

 

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