Holiday hangover

Thanksgiving weekend passed with mostly pleasant weather, interrupted by heavy winds Friday evening and rain Sunday afternoon. Commercial activity on the River remained fairly heavy. Adeline Marie remained resident in the North River anchorages, shifting between 79th Street and 72nd Street. She was joined by Kristy Ann, who anchored off Edgewater after a delivery in Bridgeport. Vane Brother’s Pocomoke anchored early Sunday off 79th Street with what appeared to be a loaded 362’ fuel barge loaded at Bayonne IMTT Saturday night, a relatively rare case of a loaded barge parking on the River.

Kristy Ann anchored off Edgewater Saturday morning after a delivery to Bridgeport
And remained there Sunday morning
Centerline’s Adeline Marie spent the weekend anchored off Guttenberg
Pocomoke at anchor with a loaded fuel barge Sunday morning
Coral Coast brought a loaded cement barge down from Lafarge’s Ravenna plant, heading for the College Point cement terminal on Flushing Bay.
The Army Corps’ Hayward on patrol, passing Coral Coast on two whistles
Reinauer Twins returned from Albany Sunday with their 413’ barge light
On Saturday, a pair of Moran tugs headed for Buchanan in Westchester County to assist a bulker leaving the wallboard plant there after unloading a cargo of Spanish gypsum.
Stasinos Marine’s Charles James was moving construction equipment north to a boatyard in Verplanck Sunday morning.
And then returned light in the late afternoon
The DEP’s Hunts Point, one of the newer 2014 vintage tankers, was loaded down with treated sewage sludge from the North River plant Sunday en route to Wards Island for dewatering in the centrifuges there.

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