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Scenes from Feb. 10, 2009 visit.  Two cormorants on a line in front of the Ever Salute, a container ship built in 2008 and registered in Panama.
The Tim Quigg, a tugboat operated by Millennium Maritime.  Built in 2004 in Portland, OR; length 76.3 feet, beam 32 feet.
Lights on a squid fishing boat; (below) fishing netting and floats.
Fireboat 2, the Warner L. Lawrence "is one of the largest and most technologically advanced fireboats in the world."  That front nozzle or "monitor" can shoot out 11,000 gallons of water per minute; overall the ship can pump out 38,000 gallons per minute. (1, 2)

The Ever Salute.

The ship entering port proves to be the M.O.L. Innovation, a container ship built in 1996 in Japan.

The S.S. Lane Victory, a victory ship built in 1945, is restored and open for tours ($5 per adult).  It is located at Berth 49, San Pedro. >

"China Shipping."
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