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All year round, bathymetry happens

with small boats like this from McLaren Technical Services.  I couldn’t tell if it had a name.   Click on the photo above for more info on McLaren.

Ditto . . .  boom boats

they work all year round near oil docks and around vessels where petroleum products are transferred.

Here Carleena Lynn

removes the boom around Double Skin 39 to prepare it to sail.

Occasionally there’s an outa-towner

from UConn. I wonder what they were doing in the KVK in winter…  well, probably  . . . research. 

All photos, WVD.

 

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