Nice cool weather has helped in getting me out to do more shooting; today was no disappointment. Although the day started out slowly, and I did not see anything for about 15 minutes, then the KVK came alive. Along with the usuals, the National Parks Service “Liberty V” passed through the KVK probably headed for a repair yard. Vane Brothers now has a work launch, although not visible, I understand her name is Christian.

The RoRo Ruby Ace was headed for Port Newark, as was the Container ship Cape Melville. I’ve seen the last of Moran’s Catherine Turecamo, as she was, according to Tugboatinformation.com, sold to Calumet River Fleeting of Chicago, Illinois, and has been renamed to the John Marshal. Moran is expecting a new Tractor Tug as a replacement.

One of my last photos of Catherine Turecamo. Photo by John Skelson

Buchannan 1 Passing Barney Turecamo. Photo by John Skelson

Cape Melville. Photo by John Skelson

Container Barge headed for Howland Hook. Photo by John Skelson

They Competed in the TB Races and now in the KVK Fells Point Passing Robert E McAllister. Photo by John Skelson

Army Corps Hayward Patrolling the KVK. Photo by John Skelson

Iron Eagle. Photo by John Skelson

National Parks Service Liberty V. Photo by John Skelson

Vane Bros. Work Launch Christian. Photo by John Skelson

RoRo Ruby Ace Cargo of New Cars for the Port. Photo by John Skelson

McAllister’s Ron G. Photo by John Skelson

McCrews Work Launch. Photo by John Skelson

Jacob Miller to the Rescue. Photo by John Skelson

That’s it for now… John Skelson

All photos by John Skelson, generously shared with the Working Harbor Committee

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