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    My ferry - car ferry Trondheim as seen by Sony Ericsson

    Car ferry Trondheim, one of my ferries:

    With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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    With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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    • #3
      With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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      • #4
        Lots of cool buttons and leavers:





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        • #5
          Nice office you got!

          On that first picture in post #4 we see a big round red knob under a square plastic cover to the right. Is that the "Panic Button"...?
          "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Sterkoder View Post
            On that first picture in post #4 we see a big round red knob under a square plastic cover to the right. Is that the "Panic Button"...?
            Yes, I confirm..... panic button, or emergency stop....
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            • #7
              Captain, which office do you prefer? Trondheim, Fosen or Sogn??

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ehp View Post
                Captain, which office do you prefer? Trondheim, Fosen or Sogn??
                Well... it's a good question. I like Trondheim because she has a modern bridge, whilst Sogn is already 28 years old.

                I did like 'driving' Fosen quite a bit, but right now, I feel most confident sailing with Sogn, since that is the one I've served the most time on board.

                I guess we will see after next time I've been on board Fosen. She is due to return from her rebuilding just prior to this weekend with a new maneuvering system.

                I think it will be either Sogn (the good old reliable) or Fosen (the new converted).
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                • #9
                  Jumping from ferry to ferry must be a bit odd. Sort of like getting your car back after someone else has driven it. You have to adjust the seat & mirrors and it still does not feel right for a while.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by pilotdane View Post
                    Jumping from ferry to ferry must be a bit odd. Sort of like getting your car back after someone else has driven it. You have to adjust the seat & mirrors and it still does not feel right for a while.
                    Very correctly observed Dane... you notice it especially at night, when it is dark. When approaching the dock, there is naturally a set of procedures to be undertaken, but when you swap ferries, all the buttons are on the wrong place when you need them.
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                    • #11
                      Really loved that analogy, Dane....

                      none of my cars has that "memory" button...well, Alix's Volvo does...and it's really cool. She drives with the seat WAAAYY far up, so when she had been driving my smartcar as a learner, I would get in and my knees would hit the dashboard...very maddening!!!

                      That said, I think "driving" a ferry would be a little more problematic! Glad you are a quick study, Captain!!!

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                      • #12
                        Name: Fosen.

                        Build/year of construction: 1989

                        Operators/owners: 1 Fosen Trafikklag A/S, Trondheim - 2008 2 FosenNamsos Marine A/S, Trondheim, Norway/Namsos.

                        Operation Area/areas: Flakk - Rørvik (Trondheim Fjord)

                        Callsign: LASY
                        IMO nr : 8808496

                        87.1 meters long.
                        14.5 meters wide.

                        Last edited by Joakim; April 4th, 2010, 09:40.
                        Regards from Joakim Bonsaksen

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                        • #13
                          Major mix up!

                          The above images were not from FOSEN, but from TRONDHEIM.....

                          I have mixed up the images, and the only valid excuse I can come up with is that I had been training on three different ferries over a period of one month, and got them mixed up... big time....

                          Thread title updated to reflect correct ferry name...
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