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    Originally posted by Helgeland View Post
    HAHAHAHA!!!!!

    I'm puzzled... these stairs are on the C-deck, am I right?

    I recall they have another door right under, at B-deck... for situations like this. Are they no longer used?
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      Originally posted by pakarang View Post
      I'm puzzled... these stairs are on the C-deck, am I right?

      I recall they have another door right under, at B-deck... for situations like this. Are they no longer used?
      I only know the door at the B-Deck which is used if we were disembarked (but this is very small, like the one from the Lofoten), but this was at starboard. I'm not sure if there is one at portside too.
      with kind regards,
      Joachim

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        Originally posted by Keelson View Post
        I only know the door at the B-Deck which is used if we were disembarked (but this is very small, like the one from the Lofoten), but this was at starboard. I'm not sure if there is one at portside too.

        They had to use it on deck B with di found out that they could not use the one on C

        But it was pretty fun to watch!

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          Your imaga is a scoop, Joakim.

          Indeed an interesting situation.

          On one of my trips with the former Midnatsol, they had to use the gangway-door on B-deck in Nesna.

          I remember it very well. Because I had no cabin. And went down to the low B-deck to sleep on a tiny sofa there. And in the middle of the night a couple of the crew had a hard time trying to wake me up. I had to remove very quickly, because the had to use the low B-deck gangway.

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            hehe. it was more fun to see it there. have never experienced to have seen anything like that before

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              "Vesterålen" southbound out of Kristiansund Saturday 12th February 2011




              And while I was down there at the breakwater under Sørsundet bridge to picture "Vesterålen", here's the last two


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

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                Brilliant images of VR Mr. Sterkoder.... !
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                  Vesterålen in Trondheim recently:



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                    She does cry a lot of rust... but I guess the spring cleaning has not yet started:



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                      Her stern:



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                        Very nice pictures of Vesterålen Jan-O

                        I really enjoyed the close-up pictures where we can spot the details on the ship

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                          Originally posted by Daniel View Post
                          ....I really enjoyed the close-up pictures where we can spot the details on the ship
                          Absolutely agree Daniel.

                          I specially love that one can still discern the painted-over OVDS flag, as seen in the first photo of your #173, pakarang.

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                            Originally posted by Seagull View Post
                            I specially love that one can still discern the painted-over OVDS flag, as seen in the first photo of your #173, pakarang.
                            Not only that, but in the second image of post number 173, you can still see the side of the old funnel from before the add-on deck was placed there!
                            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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                              Originally posted by pakarang View Post
                              Not only that, but in the second image of post number 173, you can still see the side of the old funnel from before the add-on deck was placed there!
                              Aha! So it was that it was! I couldn't figure out why they had those "lines" there, but I realize now that I probably din't think hard enough.

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                                A few from Bodø today:















                                Walking in the shadow of the blues

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