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D/S Lofoten...1932-1957

D/S Lofoten...1932-1957

Bildergebnis für old Hurtigruten ship

Bildergebnis für old Hurtigruten ship

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DS Vesteraalen var det  første hurtigruteskipet.

DS Vesteraalen var det første hurtigruteskipet.

#Norvege - #Hurtigruten - MS Kong Harald - du 17 au 28 mai 2014 | 9ème jour : #Lofoten #Trollfjord | © Paul Kerrien 2014 Toilapol.net

#Norvege - #Hurtigruten - MS Kong Harald - du 17 au 28 mai 2014 | 9ème jour : #Lofoten #Trollfjord | © Paul Kerrien 2014 Toilapol.net

MS Nordnorge, ble direktesendt på NRK i 134 timer, 42 minutter og 45 sekunder i 2011. Seilasen gikk fra Bergen til Kirkenes. Det er den lengste direktesendte dokumentar noensinne - og ny GUINESS verdensrekord.  Kontakt: Liv Marit   lmvangdal@gmail.com

MS Nordnorge, ble direktesendt på NRK i 134 timer, 42 minutter og 45 sekunder i 2011. Seilasen gikk fra Bergen til Kirkenes. Det er den lengste direktesendte dokumentar noensinne - og ny GUINESS verdensrekord. Kontakt: Liv Marit lmvangdal@gmail.com

Sail descriptions

Sail descriptions

RMS MAURETANIA 1907

RMS MAURETANIA 1907

Belfast Northern Ireland 6th march 1912: Titanic (right) being moved out of drydock to allow her sister ship Olympic (left) to replace a damaged propeller blade [1548 x 1090]

Belfast Northern Ireland 6th march 1912: Titanic (right) being moved out of drydock to allow her sister ship Olympic (left) to replace a damaged propeller blade [1548 x 1090]

On the bitter cold night of January 30th, 1945, the former KdF Cruise Liner Wilhelm Gustloff, at the time serving as a barracks ship for the Kriegsmarine, left from the Baltic port of Gotenhafen and set sail for the relative safety of the west, away from the advance of Soviet forces that were converging on the region. The Gustloff, designed to carry a maximum of 1,865 people total, was transporting 10,582 refugees, soldiers, sailors, and crew - including scores of sick and injured, as well…

On the bitter cold night of January 30th, 1945, the former KdF Cruise Liner Wilhelm Gustloff, at the time serving as a barracks ship for the Kriegsmarine, left from the Baltic port of Gotenhafen and set sail for the relative safety of the west, away from the advance of Soviet forces that were converging on the region. The Gustloff, designed to carry a maximum of 1,865 people total, was transporting 10,582 refugees, soldiers, sailors, and crew - including scores of sick and injured, as well…

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