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YM-Mundrabilla



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AIDAsol
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· Date: Thu, 13 March 14 · Views: 166
· Filesize: 169.9kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 678 ·
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Keywords: AIDAsol
Source of Image, If not your own: My own
Location photo was taken: Geiranger
Date photo was taken: 6 August 2013
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YM-Mundrabilla

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Thu, 13 March 14 04:57

That paint is obscene.
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dave beaumont
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Thu, 13 March 14 06:00

I think the whole ship is obscene.
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Finn Tornquist
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Fri, 14 March 14 00:17

I prefer no graphics... but I still like the ship!
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NAUCLER
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Registered: December 2006
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Fri, 14 March 14 01:17

You are a bunch of old fashioned conservatives from the 19th Century!! ;-)) One of few ship classes suitable for ship hull design are the AIDA classes, one of very few elegant and beautiful hull graphics. This Company was -I Believe- the very first to use it on the Finnish built AIDA of 1996. This Meyer Werft built class is very nice with elegant forms hiding a quite large ship type with the exteriorly -and normally- so ugly balconies. This ship class is one of vry few really handsome ships built in the last decade. All modern ships can't actually look like the Beautiful SAGAFJORD and the legendary NORMANDIE - it is impossible.
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YM-Mundrabilla

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Fri, 14 March 14 11:05

Agree there are worse looking vessels, but not much worse paint jobs!
At least AIDAsol is not in the chook cage category.
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