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    From yesterday, NSM SEA get a new coat before getting released to sea again...
    "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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      MEREL-G 9782285 at Texel roads.

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        GLOMAR ADVANCE 8205814 arrives at Den Helder.

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          SOL VIKING 9355965 manoeuvring at Den Helder harbour.


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            SKANDI WAVENEY 9239604 arrived at Den Helder harbour.

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              VOS BASE 9378046 at Den Helder approaches.




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                The Swire AHTS Pacific Sentinel in drydock at Singmarine in Singapore 1991:




                This is one of the last UT704s built. She was built as Balder Harstad in Harstad in 1983 and has had a long list of names.
                Presently "Ocean Rescuer", managed by SALS Shipping Pty. Ltd. and stationed in Colombo, Sri Lanka: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/...php?lid=147793

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                  A large CSV alongside in Aalesund a few days ago:

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                    The ROV is out for a bit of fresh air?

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                      Former Rem Stadt in Aalesund:


                      New name is TAG 20, registered in Mumbai, India:


                      Presently passing Lindesnes, bound for Port Said and presumably on to India: https://www.vesselfinder.com/vessels...MMSI-419001117

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                        It has been a while since anybody posted anything here. That has to be corrected. Here are some of the Offshore vessels seen in Aalesund this last month or so.

                        First some in layup in Breivika:




                        More in layup, this time in Steinvaagsundet:









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                          These are in layup at Slinningen:










                          Here is a veteran Offshore vessel by Norwegian standard. This one in Skarbovika:




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                            More vessels in layup at Humla:




                            But it is not only vessels in layup to be seen. Some newbuilt vessels are also around.
                            These two seen in Tomrefjord a couple of days ago:









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                              Here a very large CSV bound for the Gulf of Mexico to work for Helix:








                              A powerful crane, able to work in up to 3000 m. water depth is a must for this type of vessels:

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                                Saw ROMULUS in Kristiansund a couple of days ago


                                I remembered the name, and I knew I've taken her picture before. After searching my albums, I found I photographed ROMULUS 24. June 2005
                                "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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