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    #61
    So good to see your photos Doris and think that NN will soon be back in Norway. She was my first Antarctica ship in 2005.

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      #62
      Nordnorge almost home again: at least she is back in Norwegian Territorial Waters already:

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        #63
        She is home at last

        According to the AIS NordNorge is currently berthed alongside the Hurtigruteterminalen in Bergen

        I'll maybe drop by to get some photos of her later

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          #64
          Originally posted by Meteor View Post
          She is home at last

          According to the AIS NordNorge is currently berthed alongside the Hurtigruteterminalen in Bergen

          I'll maybe drop by to get some photos of her later
          That would be absolutely awesome Meteor! The first "official photos" of NN back in Norway!

          Oh, and welcome home Nordnorge!
          With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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            #65
            And here she is

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              #66
              Some more photos on the website from Michael Schultz-Brummer

              http://www.imago-navis.de/Nordnorge.htm

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                #67
                Originally posted by Meteor View Post
                And here she is....
                I got a bit behind looking at favorite threads in the last few days, so only just seen your magnificent photo of Nordnorge in Bergen. Great photo to match great circumstances - welcome back NN!

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                  #68
                  Can't wait to see NN in the Trondheims Fjord tomorrow morning...

                  Thought I saw her today, but one day ahead of her is sister ship NK....
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                    #69
                    NN basking in the early morning sun back in Trondheim after her long absence:

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                      #70
                      I love especially the first image of the three in your latest post Asimut: the ship is engulfed in a wonderful glow, and I love the clarity, sharpness and saturation of your image! Beautiful work.

                      Did you shoot it using a tripod, may I ask?

                      The last image of NN with the wreck in the foreground is also beautifully composed: on so many levels it shows a fantastic day off Tromsø.
                      With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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                        #71
                        I wish I was on board, and then the blue sky and sunshine...
                        in my mind I'm on board the Nordnorge
                        thanks for the wonderful pictures

                        Doris

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                          #72
                          Then it was time to take a look at "Nordnorge" as she left Kristiansund southbound this afternoon. Great looking ship this is...


                          The view we all know so well


                          "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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                            #73
                            Originally posted by Sterkoder View Post
                            Then it was time to take a look at "Nordnorge" as she left Kristiansund southbound this afternoon. Great looking ship this is...
                            Great to see another port in the CVF collection of NN's first round trip back in Norway! And of course that special view

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                              #74
                              Oh yes, and almost as usual...., a seagull spread its wings in front of NN in that front view shot.

                              As a detail freak, I wonder why there are one rope porthole (or what it's called) less on the starboard side of the bow than on the port...?
                              "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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                                #75
                                Originally posted by Sterkoder View Post
                                As a detail freak, I wonder why there are one rope porthole (or what it's called) less on the starboard side of the bow than on the port...?
                                Not that I am sure, but I think it might have to do with the fact that these ships are made to dock port side alongside on the majority of calls. Maybe.
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