Monthly Archives: October 2016

Photo of the Week 10-28-16

“Night Ops” The Brendan Turecamo moving to pick up the pilot after sailing a tanker out of Nustar Linden, bound out the south way for sea.

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Last Call

As anyone following the maritime industry at all knows, operators across several sectors are facing low rates caused by shrinking demand for their services in conjunction with record overcapacity. Oil field services are what first comes to mind, with the … Continue reading

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#Winterisntcomingitshere

Well everyone can stop using their Game of Thrones “winter is coming” hash tags, myself included. Winter is here in New York harbor, though thankfully we haven’t seen any white walkers…yet. It has however started to get cold, and we’ve … Continue reading

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In loving memory

We’re going to miss you pal, I haven’t quite come to terms with it yet, though I can feel a big empty space all the time. No more hearing you lick the phone when I’m calling from the boat, or … Continue reading

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One Year Later

A year ago I was on a tug anchored in the north river having a shitty day. We had headed to anchorage just south of the GW to ride out weather for a few days with our loaded barge before … Continue reading

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