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  • pakarang
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    Nice additions to the current thread on fishing vessels.... they certainly come in all sizes, shapes and ages.

    The Russian flagged Sapphire II certainly looks fresh in her paints.... the days of old rusty ships appears to be over not only for Russian ships, but all other nationalities as well. Fishing must be good I guess.

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  • Jack Mulder
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    BRU-12 WOLFERT-FRANKE close to Amsterdam.

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  • ombugge
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    This Trawler/Seiner paid a visit to Aalesund on 01. July, 2017:




    The Pakarang view:


    The deck is pretty well covered in equipment:




    She is set up only for pelagic trawling at this time:

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  • Jack Mulder
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    BRU-12 WOLFERT-FRANKE

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  • ombugge
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    Another Coastal Seiner that dropped by for a day or two:




    That's all the fishing boats I have captured lately. (More to follow when seen)

    PS> Nice name; "The Charmer"

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  • ombugge
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    Here is a Scottish Trawler/Seiner that has spent a few weeks idle here in Aalesund. (Still here):




    She appears to be registered in Banff:


    Or is it Gardentown???:


    A majestic bow view:


    I have no idea why she is still here, after over a month left idle at the wharf. (??)

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  • ombugge
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    Some fishing boats drops in for short visits. like this Coastal Seiner:








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  • ombugge
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    Since Bengt has abdicated his throne, much to everybody's regret, I have to take up the slack.
    Here is a few fishing vessels seen in Aalesund the last few weeks.
    First a regular, the Trawler/Seiner M.Ytterstad of Harstad:






    As far as lines go, she compares favourably with the Cruise ships shearing the Fishery Pier cum Cruise centre:


    Maybe with exception of this cruise ship?:

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  • pakarang
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    I have been following that story with great interest over the past few weeks. Remøy is a giant of a fishing vessel, and it seems as a details stopped her from sailing.

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  • ombugge
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    Fishing vessel H-82-S heading for Aalesund yesterday:


    Her reflection in a window at Radisson Blue Hotel, Aalesund:

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  • Seagull
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    Pakarang - Nerdy? Maybe, but I'd rather say you just recognise GORGEOUS when you see it! Form and function in one vessel.
    And Grindøya - a ‘busy’ complicated backdrop to a vessel's superstructure that could also be described with similar words! Usually a challenge for a photographer! - but your studies of ship and background succeed and delight me more and more.

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  • pakarang
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    Nice images of what appears to be a really beautiful looking fishing vessel (Christine E).... how nerdy is it to admit that I like the design of a fishing vessel?

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  • Jack Mulder
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    HD 50 JANNA JOHANNA CORNELIA

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  • Oistein
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    And now the party leader is afraid that this joke will cost them seats in the next election.
    Maybe they should do something with all the hopeless suggestions and solutions they are trying to implement in the real world.

  • Sterkoder
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    It must be some sort of a Facebook-joke, but I had to smile:
    In Norway, the Environmentalist Green Party (Miljøpartiet De Grønne) has come up with a proposal to limit NoX, CO2 and other bad things from fishing vessels:
    We should stop using fishingboats, because there are always enough fish in the fishmarkets and groserystores anyway (hahaha) ;-)

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