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Photo of the Week 60: The "EIT Paloma" Unloading Nomads at the Port of Valdez

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Photo of the "EIT Paloma" unloading Sercel Nomads for oil exploration on the North Slope. The vessel was launched in 2010 with a Deadweight of 9,503 as a "General Cargo Ship" capable of "Roll On/Roll Off" (Ro-Ro).

Keywords: EIT Paloma, Alaska Maritime Agencies, Ro-Ro, Anchorage, Andrew Mew, Nomads, Ro-Ro, Sercel Nomads

EIT Paloma at Dusk:

EIT Paloma Unloading Nomads: Splenduer

Photo provided by Andrew Mew, Alaska Maritime Agencies - Anchorage, Alaska - 01/19/14