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    didn't knew anymore if i post those images of the ''deep cygnus''
    so i did the search machine here, i did seen her before.
    i posted that image on page 34 post 504. lonh long time ago

    anyway, here she was moored in Rotterdam, also some while ago.






    best regards Thijs

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    • janihudi
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      Thanks Ombugge for your explenation

    • Clipper
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      Aha, thank you.

    • Clipper
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      In English, the name for a baby Swan still reflects the Latin - it is "cygnet".

      Maybe Deep Cygnus' MOB boat could be named "Shallow Cygnet"?

    Nice, Thijs... a nice vessel.

    General

    "Deep Cygnus", designated ST-256L, is a purpose built Offshore Construction Vessel built at Bergen Group Fosen, Norway, yard no. 81 for owner Volstad Maritime AS. It was delivered in 2009.

    The vessel is specially designed for operation under severe weather conditions and with high maneuverability and station keeping capabilities.

    The vessel is outfitted and prepared for the following duties:
    • •Cable laying from carousel
    • •Trencher operations over the side
    • •ROV operations from hangar
    • •General DP operations
    • •General offshore construction services
    • A-frame operations over stern
    https://www.skipsteknisk.no/delivere...cygnus/29/202/
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      Ombugge will had seen her to some times,while homeport is Alesund

    "North Purpose" passed Tromsø tonight with course for the oil rig "West Hercules" which drills for oil and gas in the Barents Sea about 90 nautical miles north of Vardø.

    North Purpose by DS Lyngen, on Flickr
    Best wishes from Bengt Domben

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      Thank you for sharing once again a great image.

      I was struck by the way the light hits those railings across it's...(in lack of a better word)... across it's back.
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        Just a normal day on deck of an Offshore vessel: https://www.facebook.com/MaritimeEdu...3428421210309/

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          Pipelayer Seven Oceans spooling pipe at Vigra Spool Base near Aalesund:




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            Reminds me of someone eating spaghetti one by one. LOL
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              "North Barents" passed Tromsø late sunday night on its voyage north to Hammerfest.

              North Barents by DS Lyngen, on Flickr
              Best wishes from Bengt Domben

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                Beautiful capture, of a nicely proportioned vessel. I like the flowing lines on her hull, it enhances her look as opposed to a simple single-colour hull.
                With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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                  "Edda Flora" departing from Tromsø earlier this afternoon and set course for Hammerfest.

                  Edda Flora by DS Lyngen, on Flickr
                  Best wishes from Bengt Domben

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                    Nice shot again. This one has actually been around the coast a bit, even been to Trondheim some years ago. She appears small in the image, but she is actually a very large ship.
                    With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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