What’s in a name? (Vessels)

So what is in a name? You see company logo’s and names plastered around the oilfield on vessels, containers, and ever other bit and piece.

From our Ulstein combi-levers in the wheelhouse

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To the very top of DD1’s derrick

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One the exhaust stacks and wheelhouses of vessels

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Of course all of those just let you know who owns or charters them, if you look on the hulls you can see who they are

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I have to give credit to my inspiration for this post, the blogger of renown tugster, also know as Will Van Dorp. His fantastic blog is on my blog roll and I guess with this post and the few to follow I am aiming to imitate the style of some of his posts that inspired me to start this blog.

About newenglandwaterman

1600 Master Near Coastal, Master of Towing Vessels, and a whole binder full of other pieces of paper. You can find me hooked up and hard or with a camera in hand.
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