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    Re: World's FISHING BOATS

    Faroese trawler "Arctic Viking" in to Breivika harbour after unloading shrimps.

    Best wishes from
    Bengt Domben

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      A vessel generating traffic at Kristiansund airport also, as they use our city to change crew, is the huge russian trawler "Kapitan Gorbachev"
      "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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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.

          Best wishes from
          Bengt Domben

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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.

                      Best wishes from
                      Bengt Domben

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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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