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    Re: World's FISHING BOATS

    From my trip to Ålesund Sunday, here's "Havskjer"


    "Gunnar Langva"


    "Fiskeskjer" and "Strand Senior" (inner)


    I've asked before, and can do so again: What in Gods name is it with fishing boats and stripes...???
    (I notice that the stripes on "Havskjer" and the two "Fiskeskjer" and "Strand Senior" are alike. Does it have anything to do with who built them, as a sign of the yard??)
    Last edited by Sterkoder; July 2nd, 2012, 07:16.
    "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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      Re: World's FISHING BOATS

      Originally posted by Sterkoder View Post
      From my trip to Ålesund Sunday, here's "Havskjer"


      "Gunnar Langva"


      "Fiskeskjer" and "Strand Senior" (inner)


      I've asked before, and can do so again: What in Gods name is it with fishing boats and stripes...???
      (I notice that the stripes on "Havskjer" and the two "Fiskeskjer" and "Strand Senior" are alike. Does it have anything to do with who built them, as a sign of the yard??)
      All three designed by Skipsteknisk in Aalesund.

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        Ok, so it's the designers who add the stripes then, (as in different bow signs from older days, as kind of a fingerprint) , and not the owners.
        "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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          Not that I want to remind anybody that the suns has turned and we are heading towards Northern winter, but this picture popped up when I searched for an answer to the last question here:

          One of the Stand boat has had a COOOLD trip.

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            "Hermes" inbound to Tromsø this afternoon.

            Best wishes from
            Bengt Domben

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              "Kamøyfisk" heading north this afternoon.

              Best wishes from
              Bengt Domben

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                This beautiful vessel is owned by Sævik & Ervik AS, and was yard nr. 414 from Karstensens Skibsværft A/S in Skagen, Denmark in 2011.
                "Christina E" is listed as General cargo/Purse seiner/Research/Trawler in the official ship list.
                As you can see, the weather was perfect in Kristiansund at lunchtime today, and still is. First picture as she docks at Vestbase.


                A detail study as "Christina E" sail into the harbour later in the afternoon


                And then last one show lines in the hull design we all like to see. A beauty, nothing less.
                "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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                  Just had to quickly pop in to remark on an unusual and delightful vessel you’ve spotted for us Sterkoder. Thanks for the information. Great photos in great weather too….

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                    Thanks!
                    Today I spotted a smaller vessel which I thought was rather new, because it seemed so well kept.
                    When I checked the M-66AE ID-markings, I found she was HANNE MARIE, yardnr. 284 in 1991 from Finnvik Båtbyggeri AS.
                    "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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                      I really like this picture from my favorite paper recently:

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                        This Fishing Vessel is in Aalesund today:


                        Some fancy rigging, but does anybody know what she is fishing for, and how??

                        Could be a Squid Gigger, but where is the flood lights??
                        Last edited by ombugge; August 30th, 2012, 14:21.

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                          I found one more with similar gear:


                          Can anybody enlighten me???

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                            Here is a photo of the Fishingboat GY - 127
                            Picture taken at the port of Harlingen


                            Regards Germen
                            Last edited by Germen; September 7th, 2012, 21:56.

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                              Re: World's FISHING BOATS

                              Some interesting picture from the fresh fish trawler Roaldnes:


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                                Ombugge, i will answer your question about the fishing vessel as good as i can.

                                The ship is MS Salvøy, owned since 2011 to BØMMELFISK AS.
                                She was rebuilt 2011 at Westcon, ølensvåg.

                                Former names:
                                MS Kvalstein (1974-2011)
                                MS Gisund (1965-1974)
                                built 1965 at Klevenverft in Ulsteinvik
                                The rig was added at Westcon recently.

                                Since BØMMELFISK is trading with crabs and shells, i think the rig is espessially for this. I remember a trip on Texel with a prawn cutter, which had a similar rig. But maybe someone with more knowledge can confirm this?
                                Lofoten '07 ...... Nordnorge '11

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