By Vladimir Brezina

Three of the largest—

Three of the largest

Three of the smallestand three of the smallest—

— but they are all equal “vessels” in the eyes of the law.

“The word ‘vessel’ includes every description of watercraft or other artificial contrivance used, or capable of being used, as a means of transportation on water.” (U. S. Code, and similarly in the Rules of the Road)


A contribution to this week’s Photo Challenge, Trio.

13 responses to “Trio

  1. Wow! They’re really big. :)


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  3. Which one is more fun? Big ones or small? I’ve only been kayaking once (and tipped myself over), never been on one of those huge cruise ships but would like to try it one day. I think they’d both be fun in different ways.


  4. Bigness and smallness afloat on waters captured into a catchword description of vessel, Johna, in much the same way as giants and pigmies among Homo sapiens failing in the description of man or woman.


  5. Boy, you sure have courage being out there in such a busy waterway.


  6. Impressed you’d share the waters with them Vladimir!!


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