Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Coastal tanker Rockland Gulf

The 56' Rockland Gulf, picture taken in December of 2013, laid up for the winter at Rockland Maine. She was built in 1933 at Brooklyn NY to deliver fuel in the Penobscot Bay area and still serves, carrying lobster bait and fuel. 
 In November of this year she slipped her moorings and went aground near the Breakwater. There is no news of the refloat so all must have gone well.

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