Here is the Fernando de Noronho, a pollution control vessel built in 2016 at the Wilson Sons shipyard in Brazil. It is one of two, the other, a sister ship, is Jim O'Brien. It is a colourful craft owned by a company called OceanPact, looking as if it might be a derivative of one of the Damen designs. They are apparently capable of recovering 1000 m3 of oil, but one assumes that they hope they never have to go to work in anger.  

Photo taken by Jan Plug on 15th of this month - February - and posted here on the same day.  

 
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