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    Originally posted by pakarang View Post
    Thank you for all the updates in this thread Asimut. It's very enjoyable being able to see the activity in Tromsø, through your sharp images.
    Thank you for that. It's just a pleasure to be able to view some pictures from fishing vessels from the north.

    "Fuglenes" on her way to the pier yesterday.

    Best wishes from
    Bengt Domben

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      "Skarholmen" passed Tromsø in the morning on her way north.

      Best wishes from
      Bengt Domben

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        Trawler from Estonia "Eldborg" on her way out from Tromsø this afternoon.

        Best wishes from
        Bengt Domben

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          Eldborg looks unusually long.. could she have been lengthened at some point of her career?
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            Originally posted by pakarang View Post
            Eldborg looks unusually long.. could she have been lengthened at some point of her career?
            She has been lengthened with 9,83 meters after she was build back in 1974.
            Today she is 71,43 meters long and as built 61.6 meters

            Some info about the ship "Eldborg" when she was built.

            IDNo: 7362524
            Year: 1974
            Name:Built as "BALDUR"
            Keel:
            Type: Trawler (FV)
            Flag: ISL
            Date of completion: 07.74


            Tons: 740 Link: 2624
            DWT: 382 Yard No: b425/205
            Length overall: 61.6
            Ship Design: B425
            LPP: 52.8 Beam: 11.4
            Country of build: POL
            Builder: Komuny Paryskiej
            Location of yard: Gdynia

            Subsequent History:
            [1975 cv to FPV][1991 cv to FV] - 78 "HAFTHOR" - 91 "SKUTULL" - 00 "ELDBORG"
            Best wishes from
            Bengt Domben

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              "Åkerøy" todya



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                Belgium Z 582 ASANNAT close to the Belgium coast.


                Jack Mulder

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                  "Strømsnes" on her way up to Havøysund yesterday.

                  Best wishes from
                  Bengt Domben

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                    Underway to Harstad I met some Norwegian fishing vessels.
                    M-11-AV Liaholm

                    M-109-AV Mats Erik

                    N-92-Y Rutland Senior

                    In heavy weather the SF17 B (Name unknown)




                    Jack Mulder

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                      The fishing vessel was called "Frøysjø" SF-17-B from 1997-2007.Her name before that was "Nybakk" which was her name from the day she was built (1961) and until 1997 when she was sold and renamed "Frøysjø"

                      "Frøysjø" was taken out of fishing in the autumn of 2007 and would probably have been broken up if not Nybakk's friends had bought her.

                      30. April 2008.
                      Application to take the "Nybakk" of scrapping is approved by the Fisheries Directorate. Nybakk's Friends is now official owner of the boat.


                      31. May 2008.
                      Re-baptism of "Nybakk" SF-7-NV in Barstadvikja at Raudeberg in Måløy. Friends of "Nybakk" most important milestone for the year is reached. "Frøysjø" era is now definitely over. "Nybakk" are three white and all red paint is removed for good.
                      Last edited by Azimut; June 5th, 2010, 19:40.
                      Best wishes from
                      Bengt Domben

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                        Thanks Asimut this completes my database about this ship.

                        Jack

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                          ARM-15 DE VROUW JANNETJE


                          Jack Mulder

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                            WR 3 NOORDSTER


                            Jack Mulder

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                              BRU 36 Johannes Cornelis leaving the harbour of Harlingen


                              Jack Mulder

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                                Originally posted by Jack Mulder View Post
                                WR 3 NOORDSTER


                                Jack Mulder
                                A very familiar vessel in the background.

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