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    Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

    Originally posted by carinahansen View Post
    I could look at your pictures for hours, Tommi. I would have loved to witness you in the play-room though, while you were taking your pictures, especially if you did test the way down the slide
    I think that I actually got away without being caught!
    Or, I cannot be 100% sure with Seagull on the same ship.

    Originally posted by Ralf__ View Post
    Tommi, that is a pleasure!!! Reviving this trip again and again. So much fun. And of course, more stunning pictures!
    Thank you Ralf, I'll see if there's some more that I can contribute with.

    Originally posted by pakarang View Post
    Dear Tommi,

    An exceptional presentation of the ship through your photography... what an honor to see your talent to good use!

    You are very talented and it is an honor studying these images: many of which I can guarantee you I would never have seen myself.
    Thank you very much, it's deeply appreciated.

    Originally posted by Seagull View Post
    Tommi!!!! I’m here….just really short on time….but just to say along with Ralf , Martin and everyone, thank you for your utterly brilliant images of “our” ship. Love the general views, interiors and exteriors, details –especially the details…and just when I think you’ve shown us everything (except the Ladies restroom which I also forgot to photograph ) you give us a child’s eye view of the playroom.
    Ahhhh, red mug time!…or shall I have a go on the slide???
    It's intersting, I don't think that I took so many pictures covering wider areas of the ship, and I actually don't have any pictures at all from the restaurant Helagåland. So here's some gaps to be filled out by others!

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      Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

      These will be the last NN pictures for the moment, there might be some more later. But don't worry, there's quite much other pictures from the trip left to be posted.


      The port side FRB.


      Having four "real" lifeboats, the evacuation capacity is increased with some Viking-Life rafts. They don't seem to have any chutes for evacuation, just a crane and a ladder.


      The starboard side FRB was used as a camera boat during the Minutt for minutt.


      Better throw in the SB raft station too.


      And a life bouy.

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        Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

        Anyone that have been waiting for the funnel post?






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          Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

          And the last three for now:


          Masts and antennas.


          And the bow mast.


          And one of the SB mooring winches.

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            Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

            Very nice series Tommi! Nice to see "my" old ship again!

            Here`s a couple of her from yesterday:



            Walking in the shadow of the blues

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              Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

              Last pic before christmas, she will be spending xmas in Tromsø this year.

              Walking in the shadow of the blues

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                Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

                Great photos Speedbird!
                Cheers,

                Mark.

                www.pologlover.co.uk

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                  Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

                  Speedbird,

                  You are THE Bodø Master!

                  Brilliant (again).
                  With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

                  Administrator and Owner of CaptainsVoyage.
                  Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com

                  Surround yourself with positive, ethical people who are committed to excellence.

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                    Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

                    Top quality photo from you Speedbird.

                    "NN" has celebrated Christmas at the pier in Tromsø and headed north this evening.

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                      Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

                      Here is a short clip taken on board of the Nordnorge in Ålesund at new year evening.


                      I wish all of you a happy new year!

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                        Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

                        Nordnorge (and Richard With) in Trondheim at the end of 2011:



                        With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

                        Administrator and Owner of CaptainsVoyage.
                        Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com

                        Surround yourself with positive, ethical people who are committed to excellence.

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                          Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

                          Here are the first 3 videos of my christmas trip with the Nordnorge.







                          It has been a lot of rain but also a lot of fun!

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                            That was so nice to see…great mix of the fun, the celebrations, scenery and weather.
                            It amused me to see how some of the ladies were more prepared and hold out the back of their clothes to let the ice cubes out as rapidly as possible!!
                            But without doubt the most memorable moment of your videos for me has got to be that flapping of the backs of the blue chairs on deck in the storm…something almost controlled and rhythmical about it …like the chairs were having some kind of conversation amongst themselves!!! It SO made me smile.

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                              Walking in the shadow of the blues

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                                Re: ::: Nordnorge :::

                                Great photos - I especially like #312/2, the mountains are stunning.

                                Got a bit of a lean on to starboard, and the ramp seems a long way down. Any idea why? Tide? Or am I imagining it?
                                Cheers,

                                Mark.

                                www.pologlover.co.uk

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