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    I really don't understand how you are able to produce images like these. They are in a class by themselves... look, you even got the curtains in the windows, as well as the navigator on duty on the bridge!
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      You really "nail" this type of photos, Azimut. Each one is a thrill to look at - you have really found a way to master this technique!
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        Fishing boat in activity at Nørvevika, Aalesund 03. Febr. 2018:



        Not sure what they are catching. Maybe Brisling??

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          Originally posted by Azimut

          The fishing boat "Akono" (M-30-HØ) reported a catch of 10 tonnes of herring that was delivered to Fosnavaag Pelagic AS yesterday.
          That make sense. But isn`t it a bit early for NVGS to be in the fjords?
          Last years "class" maybe?

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            They are getting longer, bigger and even more sophisticated:
            http://www.smp.no/nyheter/2018/02/13...B-16077416.ece
            This new longliner will have battery pack to improve fuel consumption and emission control and be able to handle 60 tonnes of fish per day.
            The Autoline System has capacity for 72000 hooks. if run in one length and 1.5 m. between hooks, that will make a longline that is 108 km. long.

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              Seiner Talbor heading for Fiskerstrand to deliver a full catch of herring today:




              I don't know how many tonnes, but Bengt can probably tell us?

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                The newbuilt French Factory Trawler Emeraude on seatrails seen in Aalesund today:

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                  A loaded combined Seiner/Whaler on Borgundfjorden, heading towards Vedde:


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                    Nice looking Seiner/Trawler Havstaal at the Fishery Pier:

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                      Lots of beautifully executed photographs! Thanks for sharing!
                      With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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                        Remøy is a beautifully designed vessel. The time with old, rusty fishing boats are clearly something of the past. These fishing vessels are kept cleaner and rust free to an amazing degree.
                        With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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                          Fully loaded Seiner/Trawler "Eros" heading towards Fiskerstrand/Vedde to deliver her catch:




                          Spanish Trawler Arousa Nueve has been in aalesund for some time:







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                            Some of the ships above are quite funny in design, while I understand why they are constructed like this. But, they appear to be stump, and very compact. Especially those two in post 1097 and 1098.

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                              is like fishing in a nutshell

                            Got thrown off track last night reading about whaling in the world, after seeing your image.

                            That was an interesting evening learning something I had not much idea about.
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                              Originally posted by Azimut
                              Crab ship "Northeastern" out from Tromsø this evening.

                              Looks like someone has been watching that TV-series / documentary ...
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