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  • Ralf__
    started a topic Hurtigruten ASA - news and comments

    Hurtigruten ASA - news and comments

    We will continue here the old thread:

    Hurtigruten ASA 2007 /-8 accounts: Disappointing results

    former posts can be seen here:

    http://captainsvoyage.7.forumer.com/...=asc&start=144

  • pakarang
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    I suppose this might be an early-work plan for the new ship, omitting crucial details such as the port side cargo hatch and gangway arrangement.

    I would prefer something more modern, and sleeker looking. Ship design has come a lot further than this I feel.

  • Seagull
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    Blog comment to:
    bLOG update Jan-20 "Future of Hurtigruten"
    Doesn't look like the Beautiful Ship to woo the tourists on the Beautiful Voyage.
    And, even more importantly for the Norwegians, where is the cargo and the cars?

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  • pakarang
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    Oh well.... what can I say, other than hoping the rendering is not in any way close to the final product.

    That just looks too.... bulky.

    I feel this is the time which we will see the end of the historical Hurtigrute as we know so well. What continues from now will be... ehhh... different.

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  • Sterkoder
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    Remind me of a cattle transporter. Why change something that works? Why must we change everything? Is this a sign, a bad sign, of the time we live in, where money and money only talk???
    https://www.google.no/search?q=cattl...ZRKYJrqE6aHuM:

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  • ombugge
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    Will we see Havila as one of the Owners/Managers of Hurtigruten in 2020/21??:
    http://www.smp.no/nyheter/2018/01/16...r-15914198.ece

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  • ombugge
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    Want to travel through the North west Passage in the foot steps of Roald Amundsen?
    What better way to do it than on board Hurtigruten's new Expedition Cruise ship Roald Amundsen?:
    http://www.smp.no/reise/Na-kan-du-bl...ick_articles=1
    This will be possible in 2019. Start saving. Ticket price FROM 100K (Approx. USD 12,000)

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  • Sterkoder
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    Read about what's inside ombugge's link above in our local newspaper here in Kristiansund today, and when MS Roald Amundsen start the 14-days sailing (cruise) from Hamburg up along the Norwegian coast and return to Hamburg, day 12 is already preplanned to be a stop in Kristiansund

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  • ombugge
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    Latest on the new ships from Kleven, incl. interior views and sailing plans for 2019:
    http://www.mynewsdesk.com/no/hurtigr...kysten-2301540

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  • pakarang
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    Aha.... thank you for that background information, Azimut.

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  • Azimut
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    Owner of "Nordlys"

    KIRBERG SHIPPING KS C/O REDERIET ODFJELL AS CONRAD MOHRS VEG 29
    5072 BERGEN
    NORGE

    Owner of "Richard With"

    KYSTRUTEN KS STØPERIGATA 2
    0250 OSLO
    NORGE
    POSTBOKS 1324 VIKA
    0112 OSLO
    NORGE

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  • pakarang
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    Who owns these ships today?

    I think Clipper might have a good point in regards to future contract for these ships.

  • Clipper
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    What is the significance of this purchase?

    Do I understand correctly that it is possibly a move designed to prevent these ships falling into the hands of competitors who might bid for some future coastal express "Hurtigruten" contract?

  • Azimut
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    According to an article in Hegnar.no, Hurtigruten will purchase "Richard With" and "Nordlys"
    They collected NOK 400 million for the purchase and refurbishment of the ships.

    http://www.hegnar.no/Nyheter/Boers-f...nter-400-mill.

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  • Azimut
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    It will be interesting to see what happens if other companies will operate along the route and whether they will be able to use the name Hurtigruten.
    Exciting to see what will happen and if this will end up in court.

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