Would not be acceptable safety standards today. This steel sheet they are outlining a B on must be the funnel, But that is strange. If we are looking down on the hull, the ship is barely in frame, and the funnel generally came last, or at least after the engine. In the photo here the funnel just bar
Two ferries at Skolten in Bergen. Princess of Norway have had many names through her career: Peter Pan (1986), Spirit of Tasmania (1994), Fjord Norway (2003), Princess of Norway (2006) and Princess of Seaways (2011).
Atlantic Traveller was originally Bergensfjord (1993), Dutchess of Scandinavia (200
Amerikanis berthed in Stavanger, Norway in 1994.
She looks pristine but she has only two more years to go. She used to be the Kenya Castle built in 1952.
The blue hull to the right belongs to Color Line's Venus.
Canadian Destroyer HMCS Annapolis, (DDH 265) and Norwegian Frigate HNoMS Stavanger, F303
Annapolis was sunk as an artificial reef for diving, 2010/11.
At the same time I photographed HMCS Huron, and HNLMS Tjerk Hiddes, F804. I presume they were on the same exercise. They have been posted to SN t
Valberget, Stavanger, Norway some time ago. I wonder what's out there. On the left obviously a small warship, but what are the light coloured big one with a ram bow? Doesn't seem to carry any guns. Is it the yacht of the German Emperor? I know he was an eager fjord-tourist. If that's him, then what