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  • pakarang
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    Of the two great photographs, I place my bet on Lady Ann Marie as the most beautiful one of them. Her wavy blue hull fits her so well, she almost looks "yacht-like" when you look away from the cranes on deck.

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  • DS Lyngen
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    "Eger" ex.Marjata inbound to Tromsø this morning.

    Eger by DS Lyngen, on Flickr

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  • DS Lyngen
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    Live fish carrier "Lady Anne Marie" south Tromsø strait yesterday.

    Lady Anne Marie by DS Lyngen, on Flickr

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  • pakarang
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    Originally posted by Sterkoder View Post
    The Coastal Authority's new OV RYVINGEN, a hybrid propelled vessel, in Kristiansund Sunday.....
    She actually looks a whole lot bigger than I initially thought.

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  • Sterkoder
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    The Coastal Authority's new OV RYVINGEN, a hybrid propelled vessel, in Kristiansund Sunday
    IMGP3151 by Svein Ludvigsen, on Flickr

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  • pakarang
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    A very nice vessel indeed.... saw her here in Trondheim but never took a photo of her. Well maintained indeed. On all my visits down to the dock while she was here, there was somebody washing, scrubbing, polishing or fixing something.

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  • Sterkoder
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    Yacht 'Vive La Vie' moored in Kristiansund tonight.
    ​​​​​​IMGP3086 by Svein Ludvigsen, on Flickr

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  • pakarang
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    Nice image of the Thun EOS.

    I wonder is she is bringing LNG from the facility at Melkøya or from the south. I see she is right now half way on a journey from Tromsø to Tanager.

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  • DS Lyngen
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    The tanker "Thun Eos" (NL) inbound to Tromsø this evening.

    Thun Eos by DS Lyngen, on Flickr


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  • Clipper
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    "Seal hunting" reminds me of the old Jack London novel "The Sea Wolf", 1904, though that was set in the Pacific not the Atlantic.

    The sea-wolf of the title is Wolf Larsen, the tyranical captain of a sealing schooner sailing out of San Francisco, California. The story is told through the eyes of Humphrey Van Weyden, a wealthy young man of completely different social status from the other men on board. After a collision in San Francisco Bay, Van Weyden is rescued from the water by the outbound schooner and, unable to return to land, is reluctantly absorbed into the crew. His observations of, and relations with, the other men on board, particularly Captain Larsen, form the basis of the story. It essentially explores the meaning of life.

    I highly recommend the novel to anyone who hasn't read it. Original is in English but I'm sure that translations are available.

  • Clipper
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    She (he?) is certainly well battered around the waterline. That's the first thing I noticed.

  • DS Lyngen
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    "Lance" got blackout northwest of Bjørnøya in the Barents sea last week, and was towed back to Tromsø.
    The reason for the blackout according to the captain was dense diesel filters, but this is not yet confirmed.
    Here she is heading south Tromsø strait this afternoon after the shipyard stay.

    As the picture shows, the ice has scraped off the bottom lubrication throughout the waterline.
    The ship came from seal hunting on the east coast of Greenland three weeks ago.

    Lance southbound Tromsø strait by DS Lyngen, on Flickr
    Last edited by DS Lyngen; June 13th, 2019, 21:10.

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  • janihudi
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    ''Cosco Philippines'' outbound from Rotterdam


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  • janihudi
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    ''scot leader'' is gooing out

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  • janihudi
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    ''Maike D'' inobund for rotterdam



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