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    Re: World's FISHING BOATS

    Don't know the name of this one , but it is registered under T-50-H

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      Re: World's FISHING BOATS

      Originally posted by The Sea-Otter View Post
      Don't know the name of this one , but it is registered under T-50-H

      Nice shot of "Nordtind" , Kristian
      Best wishes from
      Bengt Domben

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        Re: World's FISHING BOATS

        Sea-Otter, your photo of the unknown fishing vessel T-50-H is simply brilliant!

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          Re: World's FISHING BOATS

          Fishing boats seen in Aalesund last week.
          The two first were shot from the car while passing by:



          Both should be familiar to some CVF members.

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            Two older fishing vessels seen at Roald Fishing Harbour, Vigra, near Aalesund:





            I don't know the story behind these two, but they appeared to be idle with no signs of activity on board. Both "imported" and of a type not normally used in Norway.

            Something for our investigating detective Sterkoder to bit into??

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              Re: World's FISHING BOATS

              Seiner "Fiskeskjaer" passing in Valderhaugfjorden:


              Veteran fishing boat "Lysglimt" seen near the ferry wharf at Valderoya:


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                Re: World's FISHING BOATS

                Oestanger of Bergen. Looks like a fairly new and compact Seiner/Pelagic Trawler:


                A larger vessel of the same kind, unknown name:

                Shot in bright sunlight and at long range while passing by in Valderhaugfjorden.
                Last edited by ombugge; September 24th, 2011, 10:12.

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                  Re: World's FISHING BOATS

                  A small coastal fishing boat of an unbelievable design:

                  Obviously designed to fit some rules based on length.

                  An older fishing boat without fishing registration and a small coastal fishing boat at what used to be Hjelseth Motorfabrik:

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                    Re: World's FISHING BOATS

                    Fishing boats are everywhere in Aalesund:


                    Same two from a different angle and in different light:

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                      Another coastal fishing boat that appears to have been designed to fit some obscure quota rules, not good seamanship:

                      All superstructure and little deck space.
                      Last edited by ombugge; September 24th, 2011, 13:07.

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                        Re: World's FISHING BOATS

                        I am particularly fond of this boat. It's hard not to like the rounded, traditional lines.



                        And something a bit more modern and less attractive.




                        I suppose the boxes contain the beer for their fishing trip.
                        Last edited by pilotdane; September 24th, 2011, 22:16.

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                          Re: World's FISHING BOATS

                          It seems most every port has at least one odd little fishing boat.

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                            "Andøybuen" on her way south this morning.
                            She had a fire onboard yesterday afternoon,but the crew managed to extinguish the fire.
                            What was damaged during the fire is unclear.

                            Best wishes from
                            Bengt Domben

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                              "Sørbøen" in a fairly strong wind today
                              "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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                                Re: World's FISHING BOATS

                                These guys were dragging where the Dardanelles meet the Marmara Sea.



                                It must be a good spot since everyone was working the same area.

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