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HENRIK IBSEN of Dalen. Norway

HENRIK IBSEN of Dalen. Norway

Leaving Hirtshals after changing engine.

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Odd with those curtains: a shield against wind, rain, light, or prying eyes?

Swedish built and under Swedish flag for a long time. This from Wikipedia:
MS "Henrik Ibsen" is a historic Norwegian diesel-powered ship from 1907. Together with the MS "Victoria", it sails on the Telemark Canal in Norway between Skien and Dalen in the summer. The ship was built by Eriksberg warf in Gothenburg in 1907 and named SS Styrsö ". The ship was in traffic in the Gothenburg archipelago until 1970, and after that she was used as charter ship.

After being adapted to channel traffic, the ship arrived at Telemark Canal in 1992. She was renamed MS "Henrik Ibsen" after the former steamship SS Henrik Ibsen, which also sailed on the Telemark Canal from 1907 to 1919. From 1992 until 2009 the ship was owned and operated by Skien Dalen Skipsselskap AS.

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