SANDNES - IMO 5310905
|Photographer:||GRAHAM RUSSELL [View profile]||Title:||SANDNES||Added:||Jun 07, 2010|
NORWAY - STAVANGER 29th April 2007
A small passenger vessel that takes people on excursions round the Fjords.
|Vessel type:||Training Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||1,432 tons|
|Summer DWT:||721 tons|
|Last known position:|
|58°58’18.24” N, 5°43’41.04” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 155° (142°)|
|Arrival:||19th Aug 2019|
|15 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 25th, 02:00:29 UTC||Stavanger|
|2018 August 12th, 21:00:31 UTC||Arendal|
|2017 September 16th, 21:00:58 UTC||Lysefjord|
|2017 September 8th, 23:30:18 UTC||Stavanger|
|2017 July 27th, 12:30:08 UTC||Lysebotte|
|2017 July 11th, 09:00:40 UTC||Stavanger|
|2017 July 6th, 09:00:46 UTC||Flensburg|
|2017 July 2nd, 13:00:39 UTC||Stavanger|
|2017 June 30th, 18:00:15 UTC||Skudenes|
|2017 June 23rd, 23:00:19 UTC||Stavanger||
© Aage Schjoelberg
© Trygve Eriksen
© Clive Harvey
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I cruised on her along the Norwegian coast in the mid 90s for 11 days when she was called GANN. Wonderful, wonderful ship! Nothing luxurious at all, but beautiful and very cozy. I had access to the entire ship, engine spaces, bridge, galley, etc. Yes, she was like a pocket liner! |
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Probably my most favourite preserved worldwide! A miniature 1950s ocean liner. The livery is not original, but looks great!
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