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Old May 29th 21, 10:23 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.tall-ships
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Interesting ship entering the Canal on the east end on a rainy day
last October. This is the first auto carrier I have seen that burns
LNG instead of diesel fuel.


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On Sat, 29 May 2021 17:23:12 -0400, Canal Lee
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Interesting ship entering the Canal on the east end on a rainy day
last October. This is the first auto carrier I have seen that burns
LNG instead of diesel fuel.


She looks brand new.
Great timing on your part, just last week I saw Damia Desgagnes, a
asphalt-bitumen-chemical carrier, come through "my" canal. She had a
couple tanks on deck labeled LNG. I wonder if she is a conversion to
LNG?
As you suggest in your next post, probably many to come. Aren't there
new regulations for cleaner fuel coming into effect for large vessels?
Bob


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