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Kadey Krogen 39 dodging Ferries, Taxis and Commuting on the Water
Krogen 39 dodging a Yellow Taxi Boat. How many boats can you count in this tiny part of NY Harbor?
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When you are stuck in traffic on the interstate think of these commuters. Would your boss believe you if you came in late due to rough seas? Or a fog bank that rolled in? Here's a picture of an entirely different Yellow Cab, closer to a Yellow Submarine. And yes, there are traffic jams on the water too. Check out the different types of commuter vessels in this photo gallery.

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These Ferries run between Cape May NJ and the Atlantic coast of Delaware.
The Staten Island Ferry is a constant presence in the New York Harbor. This big orange workboat ferries a large portion of the Manhatten workforce in to the city every morning, regardless of the weather.
This small boat works to taxi cruise ship passengers in to shore while the Mother ship is anchored in Newport Rhode Island.
We passed the Eagle as we entered Narragansett Bay heading to Portmouth, RI. This ferry accepts cars as well as pedestrians, otherwise known as walk-ons.
Staten Island Ferries at the dock ready for rush hour.
This fast ferry has had a few rough dockings. Note the paint job.
   

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