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    Atlantic 488 Type build by Volkswerft Stralsund, Germany in 1993. Another Image is
    here
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    Matthias

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      "Andenesfisk 1" on her way to the pier that morning.



      "Atlantic Star" on her way to Kårvikhamn south of Tromsø to deliver shrimps.

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        "Senior" westbound through Toppsundet today. Shot from a moving car at loooong distance.

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          HD 70 Hanny 8211813


          Pictures © Jack Mulder
          Owner: Maatschap de Vries, Hoorn.
          Built: 1983 De Vooruit (Yn 366), Zaandam
          Lxwxd: 40.29x8.00x4.10 350 GT
          Engine: 1795 HP MAK

          Jack Mulder

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            Hendrik Karssen

            Built: 1949 Rijkswerf, Den Helder
            Lxwxd: 37.90x6.60x1.80
            Engine: 2x 256 HP Scania

            Jack Mulder

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              "Roaldsen" in Harstad

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                "Slettholmen" in Lødingen





                N-119-SO (Dont know its name)



                Notice all the Seagulls^^,
                Last edited by The Sea-Otter; October 30th, 2011, 22:49.

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                  Nice pictures of the fishing boats there, The Sea-Otter

                  N-119-SO is "Ketlin"

                  "Amerloq" on her way out from Tromsø this morning.
                  Built as "Solborg" back in 1977 at Volda shipyard,Norway
                  Cpl by Smedvik, Tjorvaag as #57



                  "Slettenberg" also on her way this morning.

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                    Johan Berg in Bodø a few days ago:
                    Walking in the shadow of the blues

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                      Øygutt north of Nesna.


                      Meløyfjell in Sandnessjøen.


                      RO Master south of Sandnessjøen.


                      A unknown vessel south of Trondheim.


                      Rostein and Fiskebas in Florø.

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                        The Nestor returns to Den Helder with happy amateur fisherman.

                        Picture © Jack Mulder

                        Jack Mulder
                        Last edited by Jack Mulder; November 29th, 2011, 20:49.

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                          Fishing boat in Aalesund for the X-mas holiday.
                          At Osholmen:


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                            Steinvaagsundet is a popular place:






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                              At Skutvikpiren:




                              At Prestebrygga:




                              A lot more large fishing vessels laying at other places in Aalesund and the district around. The only time MOST local boats are at home for a break.

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                                Something a little different. Photos from a trip to the Kent (south east England - facing France!) last month.

                                Here several of the Deal fishing fleet are hauled up on the shingle beach and are basking in the sun.





                                Cheers,

                                Mark.

                                www.pologlover.co.uk

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