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    This is a model of the Indonesian Corvette Frans Kaisiepo to be build from paper scale 1-200 price 12.00 euro.


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      HNLMS P 842 Friesland rolled out in Galati.



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        USS "Taylor" was in Tromsø last week for a short visit.

        T/B "Lupus" , USS "Taylor" and CGV "Sortland"





        Best wishes from
        Bengt Domben

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          CGV "Sortland" on her way out from Tromsø

          Best wishes from
          Bengt Domben

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            Did anyone see the Norwegian news last night?

            There was a brand new navy vessel for the Norwegian Navy, a SES (surface effect ship) that had been just delivered... what kind of vessel was that?

            I thought the Norwegian Navy was done with SES ships...
            With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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              Lumut Naval base

              Navy ships moored at Lumut Naval Base, Malaysia:



              This is as close as I could get.

              Pictures were taken on Merdeka Day (Malaysian National Day) 31. Aug. 2010.
              Celebrating 57 years since independence from British colonial rule.

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                CGV "Senja" moored in Breivika harbour this morning.

                Best wishes from
                Bengt Domben

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                  Does anyone have a complete list of the current fleet of Coastguard vessels in Norway?

                  PS: Great image of Senja!
                  With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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                  Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com

                  Surround yourself with positive, ethical people who are committed to excellence.

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                    Originally posted by pakarang View Post
                    Does anyone have a complete list of the current fleet of Coastguard vessels in Norway?
                    This is the list of current fleeet of CGV in Norway

                    Coast Guard vessels

                    Coast Guard's fleet consists of a number of vessel types with various capacities. In all, the Coast Guard has today 14 vessels.
                    Nine of the vessels makes the service of Coast Guard Squadron North, while the Coast Guard Squadron South operates five vessels.

                    KV "Svalbard" W 303/LBSV


                    KV "Ålesund" W 312/LHXC


                    Nordkapp class

                    Nordkapp class consists of the three vessels
                    KV "Nordkapp" W 320/LBHA,
                    KV "Senja" W 321/LBHB and
                    KV "Andenes" W 322/LBHC More



                    Nornen class

                    Nornen class consists of the five vessels
                    KV "Nornen" W 330 / LNPS
                    KV "Farm" 331 W / LNRF
                    KV "Heimdal" W 332 / LNRR
                    KV "Njord" W 333 / LNRC
                    KV "Tor W" 334 / LNRO More


                    Barents class

                    Three vessels are part of the Barents Sea-class:
                    KV "Sortland" , KV "Bergen" and KV "Barents Sea" .

                    The vessels in the Barents Sea-class is built according to specifications from the Coast Guard. In the design of the vessel is placed on the Coast Guard needs and all the tasks the Coast Guard performs for other agencies such as Directorate of Fisheries and Coastal Administration.


                    KV "Harstad" W 318/LMXQ

                    Read more about the vessel fleet on: http://www.mil.no/sjo/kv/start/fartoyene/
                    Best wishes from
                    Bengt Domben

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                      Originally posted by pakarang View Post
                      Did anyone see the Norwegian news last night?

                      There was a brand new navy vessel for the Norwegian Navy, a SES (surface effect ship) that had been just delivered... what kind of vessel was that?

                      I thought the Norwegian Navy was done with SES ships...
                      Baptism of KNM "Storm"

                      Invitation to the baptism of the first vessel in the Skjold-class, KNM Storm. Baptism takes place on Thursday 9 September 2010, at. 13.00, on Gismerøya in Mandal, in UMOE Mandals yards.

                      KNM "Storm" is the first in a series of a total of six Skjold class MTB's. The contract was signed in November 2003.


                      For the series of the vessel / prototype KNM Skjold was first delivered to the Navy in 1999, when no weapons systems and with a different propulsion system. Navy will acquire a total of six vessels in the Skjold-class, all of which goes under the name "Kystkorvetter.

                      Godmother of the vessel will be the leader of the foreign and defense committee in Parliament, Ine Marie Eriksen Søreide.

                      Technical specifications for MTB Skjold class
                      Deplacement: 273 tons
                      Length: 47.5
                      With: 13.5 meters
                      Draft: 2.5 m without the cushion pressure
                      0.80 m of air bag
                      Overall performance
                      propulsion plant: 12 MW
                      Potential Speed: 60 knots in sea 0
                      45 knots in sea 3
                      Best wishes from
                      Bengt Domben

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                        Some shots of HMS Illustrious in Liverpool







                        While she was in Liverpool, this Navy patrol Vessel was around all day.









                        His Royal Highness, The Duke Of York, was also onboard, this is his helicopter leaving Illustrious.



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                            Thank you for those incredible photos.

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                              Yeah... thanks for those incredible photos of the aircraft carrier and thank you to Asmiut for the details on the Norwegian Coast Guard vessels.
                              With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

                              Administrator and Owner of CaptainsVoyage.
                              Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com

                              Surround yourself with positive, ethical people who are committed to excellence.

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                                Such an exciting day in Liverpool, White Star! Liked the VIP helicopters - it’s like having our CV roving reporters everywhere just now – Nichu has been posting VIP comings and goings in Trondheim too!
                                Great shots of Illustrious - what a viewpoint you had!

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