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  • Thank you Cecilia for your comment.It was a nice day to take a little trip.

    "Harhaug 1" north the strait this afternoon.

    Best wishes from
    Bengt Domben

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    • "Havbryn" out from Breivika harbor this evening.

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      Bengt Domben

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      • "Molnes" north Tromsø strait this evening.

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        • "Kvitungen" outbound from Tromsø last sunday to catch crabs.

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          • Russian trawler "Sapphire II" in to Breivka harbor on monday this week.

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            • "Asbjørn Selsbane" outbound from Tromsø this evening.

              Last edited by Azimut; July 15th, 2017, 20:44.
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              • Nice additions to the current thread on fishing vessels.... they certainly come in all sizes, shapes and ages.

                The Russian flagged Sapphire II certainly looks fresh in her paints.... the days of old rusty ships appears to be over not only for Russian ships, but all other nationalities as well. Fishing must be good I guess.
                With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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                • "Stattegg" on her way to the fishing field in Barentz sea.

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                  • "Kågtind II" is a trawler bought from Iceland last month and it belongs to Nergård Havfiske AS,Harstad
                    Ex.Oddeyrin, Andenesfisk II

                    Building no.409
                    Building yard
                    ASTILLEROS GONDAN S.A
                    Building location
                    FIGUERAS
                    Build
                    SPAIN
                    Year
                    2000

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                    • With this thread now 66 pages, I'm surprised at the amount of various types of fishing vessels harvesting the resources of our oceans.

                      Naturally, some are also being scrapped along the years, but there are still so many VERY LARGE boats out there.... makes me think about the oceans and how important they are to feed the world with seafood and fish.
                      With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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                      • That's an interesting vessel Bengt, and beautifully photographed. I was going to say that the water looks so wonderfully liquid - seems a rather silly-seagullish remark – but it DOES doesn't it

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                          Thank you so much for your comment, Cecilia

                      • "Ballstadøy" south Tromsø strait a few days ago.

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                        • "O.Husby" sailing out again this afternoon after unloading fish in Tromsø today.

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                          • From Norway, the two fishing boats "Vendla" and "Kings Bay" have been out for a week to register mackerel, herring and blue whiting.

                            The main purpose of the trip is to measure the amount of mackerel by tapping predetermined positions. The amount of blue whiting and herring is measured by sonar and deeper trawl tail is taken according to these species to determine weight and year classes.

                            "Vendla" inbound to Tromsø this afternoon.

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                            • Crab vessel "Polar Pioneer" outbound from Tromsø this afternoon.

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