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    With the cold rain and poor visibility, I didn't take any photographs approaching or leaving Bergen. Despite Bergen's reputation for rain, it's not something we usually experience- but this time, well it was wet. This was the last trip to Norway for 2013 and, although there are suggestions of visits for 2014, none of them have been confirmed. So we returned to Rosyth, sailing under the Forth Bridges while it was still dark.

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      Great photos!! I really enjoy your holidays!

      Florø isn't a particularly common cruise destination is it? (I think 7 arrivals in 2013).

      Looks rather appealing in your photos though.
      Cheers,

      Mark.

      www.pologlover.co.uk

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        This is a great trip report---- and I do so whole-heartedly agree with you regarding the cigarette butts everywhere in the street (and on my ferry - which by the way is a strictly no smoking ship because of the 100 cubic meters of LNG)... not to mention the chewing tobacco poaches also.... ARRRGGGHHH!

        Curious about the boat at 118-1 .... wonder what the story behind it is?
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          Originally posted by pakarang View Post
          This is a great trip report---- and I do so whole-heartedly agree with you regarding the cigarette butts everywhere in the street (and on my ferry - which by the way is a strictly no smoking ship because of the 100 cubic meters of LNG)... not to mention the chewing tobacco poaches also.... ARRRGGGHHH!

          Curious about the boat at 118-1 .... wonder what the story behind it is?
          I haven't found out yet but it is powered by pedal?

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            Just finished editing the last bit of video.. Flåm and Sognefjorden video without the fisheye removed, somehow it looked right.

             

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              Originally posted by Gaelsail View Post
              Lady Elisabeth was tied up at the pontoons
              I just figured out that Lady Elisabeth is actually one of the quite few ships that has had her home port in Strängnäs. That was between 1984-1992.
              Interesting!

              https://digitaltmuseum.se/0110148735...A4sterviken%22

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                Interesting, What is she doing today? I found no information in the web.
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