As I said in the last piece, I went over to Riverside Park in order to catch the next ship. I like the view better from there and I figured she wasn't too far behind the Right Honorable Paul J. Martin.
While she wasn't too far behind the Martin, I didn't realize that she would be stopping at the anchorage. It dawned as me as I saw her appear to slow down. I checked AIS and confirmed that. I figured that the Hoey was going to greet her at the Belle Isle Anchorage.
I was hoping to get over there before she started to make her 180 degree turn to pull into the anchorage but that wasn't the case. I did manage to catch her in the process of turning in between walking over to the other part of Milliken State Park.
I made it over to the other part of the park as she finished her turn. I will admit, it is kind of nice to catch a ship in this state because I can get other angles.
She is approached by the Patricia Hoey with a load of fuel.
I'm not entirely sure about this shot. I kind of wish the pilings from the dock weren't in it but I couldn't get the right angle for that.
Her fuelling complete, she starts to make revolutions to get underway again. I seriously thought that she was going to use her bow thrusters to pivot but she just sort of did a u-turn.
But the sun was at about the right angle for some nice lighting at this point, so I wont complain too much.
I believe she is headed to Cleveland. I'm going to guess she is carrying iron ore for the steel mill there.