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    Bengt, I just have to ask (after seeing some changes in your pictures) :
    Invested in new lences or something...?
    It might just be me, but I sence a small change in your zoomed images, as the background comes forward a bit more clear and closer.
    Well, anywho......, I enjoy your pictures from up north anyway!!!!!
    "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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      Random boats in Bodo:









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        Great pictures from a city I love (Norways #1 aviation city, you know)!!

        I see there are some interesting photo objects moored up there now too: "Salten", "Gamle Salten" (just think about getting them in the same frame) and "Alba".
        Last edited by Sterkoder; August 22nd, 2009, 22:46.
        "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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          some pictures

          misc pictures.

          Ventilating cargo hold.


          Some unlucky / unproffesinal guy we passed down in Gibraltar


          3 handsome norwegians sailors


          (according to some of the crew we looked more like 3 stooges...hehe)

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            Great additions.... I love these kind of posts also showing crew on board... this is the modern seaman, and it shows more of the actual life going on on board today! Nice poses as well! Sunabthing?

            In the image, venting the cargo hold, what is that gas like fog?
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              I apologize if I have posted this image of FEED BALSFJORD before, taken earlier in the spring at Rørvik:

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                Not so much incredible, as the heading states, but more under the category random ships?

                Gravel transporter Nidarø discharging at Bodø on June 6th 2009:

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                  Another random ship image: taken on June 24th 2009 at Rørvik:

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                    Eidsvaag Junior, a fish feed carrier starting on the open sea out to Folla on June 27th 2009:

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                      So many types, so many ships and so many different categories!

                      Great thread... thank you very much for the 'spots' Asimut!
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                        Not sure what predicament Barøy is in at the moment, but I must admit she looks a bit sad with a list, rusty shipside and superstructure, dirty crane... today, at Trondheim, September 5th 2009:

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                          mv SPAR GARNET



                          the dry bulk version of the tanker mv jahre viking the
                          mv BERGE STAHL

                          only 2 places where you can see her in port somewhere in brasil and in Rotterdam.







                          he is dooing his lest years, that i have read.
                          then he is ±30 years ,so time for replacement,and if i remember well,
                          for a bigger one.

                          the juice tanker mv ORANGE SKY



                          at every arrivel of a cruise ship they are there,you can be sure about that ,just as taxes and death.





                          eeehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh,something that was passing through



                          mv NCC RIYAO
                          a puncture?



                          Last edited by janihudi; September 6th, 2009, 09:13.
                          best regards Thijs

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                            a packet of China, in several stages of unloading over some days,
                            and differend places



                            and within the hull are smaller ships (barges) about 25/26 per trip totally





                            mv STENA BRITTANNICA



                            she aint mine,but with my everymonth paycheck, i can`t reful her tanks.
                            i have never she her finisht,so don`t know how she looks now.


                            best regards Thijs

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                              Originally posted by janihudi View Post
                              The juice tanker mv ORANGE SKY

                              That is a lot of Orange Juice. Where is the Vodka? Maybe a tanker full is on the way from Russia?

                              Built in Floroe, Norway I believe?

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                                Originally posted by janihudi View Post
                                mv NCC RIYAO
                                a puncture?

                                It's been a long while since I saw propeller maintenance done this way... I thought it wasn't done like this anymore. You can almost see the bend in the ship.... imagine, they have elevated the heaviest part of the ship, the accommodation and main engine!
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