Perfect Sunday

Sunday brought near perfect conditions, with steady 10 knot breezes from the southwest making for excellent sailing. The cruise terminal was hopping, with three boats at the docks and dredging continuing in between. The tug Sarah Dann joined the dredging operations, having just arrived in New York Harbor this past week escorting the newest Staten Island Ferry to join the fleet (see the tugster blog article for photos).

Sarah Dann, on the right, has joined the DonJon dredging crew
The dredgers at work behind a cruise ship
Douglass J with a loaded mud scow on the wire passing the Lincoln Tunnel vents and heading for the dumpsite off Highlands NJ
A crowd at the cruise terminal Sunday morning, with 3 cruise ships, two Centerline bunkering tugs and the dredge, from MarineTraffic
The Viking Star at Pier 90, with Norwegian Breakaway visible the background
The Silver Whisper on the south side of Pier 88
Norwegian Breakaway heading for New England and Nova Scotia, passing Circle Line Staten Island approaching its pier
Coast Guard Cutter Beluga was tied up at the FDNY Marine 1 dock as security tightens for the UN annual meetings, as seen from the bow of a J24 sailboat
Mister Jim pushing a deck barge towards Coeymans Sunday morning
Dean Reinauer brought its barge back from Newburgh and headed for Seawaren for new cargo
Dann Marine pushed a loaded cement barge south as a J80 sailboat stayed out of the way, with Norwegian Breakaway at Pier 88 in the background
This unusual cruising yacht was anchored off Englewood Cliffs last weekend and was heading upriver in that direction again Sunday
The Pier i fishermen caught a blue crab on Friday

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