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    S|S France and S|S Norway : Sun Deck – Fjord Deck

    Stories, facts and information from Sun Deck (France) – Fjord Deck (Norway)

    This thread has been created and opened so that we can share images, facts and information on the ship’s deck mentioned in the above heading.

    If you have anything to share, we would all love to hear from you: if you would like to tell us what special memory you have from that particular deck, please tell us: if you would like to share historical information on what the rooms were on the France, and what they became on the Norway, please tell us.

    We are all eagerly looking forward to seeing images and reading stories.
    With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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    #2
    Bridge Visit Photos 1994 Fjord Deck??

    I think the Bridge was located on Fjord Deck...in any case, these are from my visit on the Bridge with other travel agents. I was a travel agent then and this was a fam cruise to promote the NORWAY and NCL.
    The are also photos taken outside the Bridge as well.



    sigpicI will never forget the lovely grand SS NORWAY.
    Past Cruises on her: August 22, 1992. June 4, 1994, April 7, 2002.
    Nearly had our fourth cruise, it was set for November 7, 2003...
    the boiler room disaster of May 4, 2003 took her out of service.
    We ended up on the NORWEGIAN WIND, not the same as the SS NORWAY

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      #3
      Re: Bridge Visit Photos 1994 Fjord Deck??

      Final four photos:



      sigpicI will never forget the lovely grand SS NORWAY.
      Past Cruises on her: August 22, 1992. June 4, 1994, April 7, 2002.
      Nearly had our fourth cruise, it was set for November 7, 2003...
      the boiler room disaster of May 4, 2003 took her out of service.
      We ended up on the NORWEGIAN WIND, not the same as the SS NORWAY

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        #4
        Re: Bridge Visit Photos 1994 Fjord Deck??

        Awesome shots from the other side of the console.... I even recognize some of the officers.

        After all, this was the time when I was on board as well.
        With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

        Administrator and Owner of CaptainsVoyage.
        Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com
        Old forum: http://captainsvoyage.7.forumer.com/
        Join us: Save the "Kong Olav" on facebook

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

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          #5
          Re: Bridge Visit Photos 1994 Fjord Deck??

          I'm so glad I was able to get these shots. I just wished I had a digital camera, all I used for the indoor shots were 35 mm 400 to 800 speed film, outdoors was 110 200 speed film. And I wish you could have seen the bag I used to carry 4 35 mm cameras, 1 110 camera and about 900 rolls of film. And this ship was worth all of the running around and getting the shots. It is an extreme pleasure to post the photos here for all of you who worked on NORWAY and sailed on her as passengers. These are my tribute to all of you.
          sigpicI will never forget the lovely grand SS NORWAY.
          Past Cruises on her: August 22, 1992. June 4, 1994, April 7, 2002.
          Nearly had our fourth cruise, it was set for November 7, 2003...
          the boiler room disaster of May 4, 2003 took her out of service.
          We ended up on the NORWEGIAN WIND, not the same as the SS NORWAY

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            #6
            Re: Bridge Visit Photos 1994 Fjord Deck??

            Originally posted by mrslinarcos View Post
            I'm so glad I was able to get these shots. I just wished I had a digital camera, all I used for the indoor shots were 35 mm 400 to 800 speed film, outdoors was 110 200 speed film. And I wish you could have seen the bag I used to carry 4 35 mm cameras, 1 110 camera and about 900 rolls of film. And this ship was worth all of the running around and getting the shots. It is an extreme pleasure to post the photos here for all of you who worked on NORWAY and sailed on her as passengers. These are my tribute to all of you.
            I know exactly what you mean. I also wish digital cameras had been invented many years earlier... I spent thousands of dollars on film and processing those years on board, but I know that if I had a digital camera back then, I would have taken a million more images of everything around me.

            Now, the images I have is my memories of many years working on board, and not a day goes by without missing that ship and everything connected to her.

            The Norway is like my first true love.
            With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

            Administrator and Owner of CaptainsVoyage.
            Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com
            Old forum: http://captainsvoyage.7.forumer.com/
            Join us: Save the "Kong Olav" on facebook

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

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