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    Many new additions here, very nice ones. Like your #1670 and #1672, Cecilia :-)

    Here's NORMAND SUBSEA for you in Kristiansund today


    VOLSTAD SUPPLIER behind, alongside Storkaia


    Nice lines with Arnulf Øverland Gallery in the background
    "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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      Thank you Svein (I think I know which you liked - thread numbering has gone a bit jumbled).

      Your one with the art gallery in the background is superbly seen and composed I feel I want to stroke that bow!

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      • PoloUK
        PoloUK commented
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        The post numbers are different if you're logged in or not logged in too!! This is quite fun. Who said computers can count!! I see the same number as Cecilia if I'm logged in, and the same number as Ombugge and Svein if I'm not.

      • ombugge
        ombugge commented
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        I'm logged in????

      • ombugge
        ombugge commented
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        I logged out; no change?????

      But I'm logged in all the time, 24/7 😶
      "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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        I never said it was consistent - just fun!!

        And to think that our bank accounts live their little lives on computers.
        Cheers,

        Mark.

        www.pologlover.co.uk

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          The newbuilt heavy CSV Far Sleipner is "parked" in Aalesund, awaiting entry into her first contract: http://subseaworldnews.com/2015/05/1...ed-in-alesund/

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            PSV Rem Arctic enter Fosnavaag:


            Here is a video of the operation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdx0XOEUQGE
            Clearance is 1 m. on either side at the narrowest spot.

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              A new type offshore vessel in Kristiansund :-)


              Well, it's actually two and if they want to moore side by side, they have to do it this way due to the bridge wings
              "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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              • Tommi
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                Funny!
                You could almost believe that the white building in the background is also a part of the ship.

              ''nexus'' moored in Rotterdam.



              best regards Thijs

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                and complete.

                best regards Thijs

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                  FAR SPLENDOR 9294006 & VOS PRELUDE 9444340

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                    STRILL SERVER 9665047

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                      Offshore vessels seen at Batam yesterday.

                      PSV Sea Supra testing her FiFi:


                      AHTS GO Harrier and sister ship GO Hawk at Batamec:


                      Stern view of GO Harrier:


                      A mixture of offshore vessels and others at ASL Yard, Batam:


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                        WIERINGEN MMSI 235109534

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                          A typical Halter Marine Supply Vessel from the 1960/70s.:

                          I worked with this one in Cabinda, Angola in the early 1980s, but the interesting part here is the picture on the right, taken after Hurricane Katrina. (Nicely parked)

                          Halter Marine was the main builders of Offshore Vessels in the world for many years. Built on the principle of "simplicity above all".
                          For those with special interest in the early GOM boats, I have a collection of 500 Halter Marine boats, built between 1964 and 2010, but can't remember were I got it from, so I cannot post a link.

                          Here is one of the early ones:

                          A bit different from what comes off the blocks today, even at Halter Marine.

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                            GLOMAR WAVE 9682617 anchored at Texel Roads.

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