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Let me clarify the title .  . all these photos were taken in Dutch waters by Aleksandr Mariy.  Jade is actually a German tug built in 2000.

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Union Emerald–the tailing portion of this tow–is Belgian, 2005 built.

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And in between, the barge is Dutch.

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I like the lines of Veritas with a telescoping wheelhouse, but searches turn out empty.  Can anyone help out?

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Friendship is 1942 built.

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Thamesbank dates from 1992.

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Amber II, previously called “camber,” was built in 2007.

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Union 7 is a URS boat.  The company has roots going back almost 150 years. 

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Many thanks to Aleksandr for these photos.

And apropos of nothing, I stumbled upon this boat Uranus while researching this post . . . a tugboat with dimensions of 244′ x 60′ x 8′ draft and with four engines adding up to more than 24,000 horsepower!!  Here she is.

Finally, if you are in the NYC area and have not yet seen Graves of Arthur Kill, join us for the 2 pm showing on Saturday at the St George terminal of the Staten Island ferry.

 

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