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The variety is  . .  infinite:a survey boat from Georgia in the KVK,

a NJ State Police RIB in the same waterway,

a sloop heading south crossing Radiant Ray,   [I wonder if that tanker is nicknamed Ray Ray.]

a camouflage boat of unusual design,

a trawler southbound opposing Seaways Guayaquil,

My Way yacht from Charlotte NC in the KVK,

a small fishing boat that must have been over a place with lots of fish,

 Tide Runner all prepped to fish,

a Hinckley,

something colorful, noisy and fast,

a workboat for  Trillion Oyster Project . . .  or maybe that will be the number in a few years . . .

a northbound sloop,

another fishing boat . . .

and finally yet another fishing boat gliding past MOL Glide . .

The sixth boro is enjoyed by lots of folks  in smallest boats.  Flukes, stripers, bluefish . . .  what are these boaters hoping to hook and boat?

All photos recently, WVD.

 

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