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Photographer:frode adolfsen [View profile]Title:Ventura M-24-HOAdded:May 19, 2017
Captured:May 19, 2017IMO:UnavailableHits:875
Photo Category: Fishing vessels loa less than 70ft/21m
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Raftsundet,Norway
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Syzygy on May 24, 2017 07:04 (4 months ago)
Did you shoot it on macro mode :P ?
frode adolfsen on May 21, 2017 22:12 (5 months ago)
Correct lenght is 13 m x 6 m
Captain Ted on May 20, 2017 11:35 (5 months ago)
@ Frode,, a different question,,why it is constructed like that,, usually it has a commercial reason,,as with cruise ships,, to carry maximum paxer you need cell boxes like a livestock carrier,,,what,s the reason here, by length and less taxes,,or does she need to go somewhere where length matters ?
Philippe LAUGA on May 20, 2017 07:04 (5 months ago)
How can this nutshell can float? Very funny and very amazing! It must shake a lot with the swell!
andrecas on May 20, 2017 03:54 (5 months ago)
Would have to agree with you Denis. Looking at the other link you provided, there's really no difference. I would never have come close to guessing it to be almost 15 meters long. Deceptively "small" (short) looking given its actual length.
Dеnis on May 20, 2017 02:27 (5 months ago)
You can see a significant keel/skeg on BEN HUR of the same length: http://www.skipskompetanse.no/images/2014/ben_hur_bygging_04m.jpg
Daniel Bérubé on May 20, 2017 02:16 (5 months ago)
The main affair is steering. How do you keep such a short vessel on a straight course? Automatic pilot I prefer to imagine. But then, there are lots of new tugs that are: L= 26m and B= 13m and no one seems to care...
Dеnis on May 20, 2017 01:41 (5 months ago)
I think there's no difference: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2664913
andrecas on May 20, 2017 00:56 (5 months ago)
The height/distance/angle at which foto taken sort of creates the illusion vessel length more like 14.9 ft and not meters (almost as wide as it is long). It would be interesting to see vessel from a different angle that places it in proper perspective to its actual length.
Jens Boldt on May 19, 2017 21:26 (5 months ago)
Come on, Frode, share the secret - how do you manage to get such a bow wave and wake in your bathtub? :-))

Ok, just kidding. That's a really nice catch, even entertaining.
Clyde Dickens on May 19, 2017 21:17 (5 months ago)
Fascinating! Is the "Less than 15 meter" length a means of saving some form of government tax?
Dеnis on May 19, 2017 14:08 (5 months ago)
Strange, I thought it's some 8-10m cause last time I saw a 14,99m seiner from you she seemed to be longer than this :D
frode adolfsen on May 19, 2017 13:18 (5 months ago)
She is 14,99 meters or 49,18 feet.
Dеnis on May 19, 2017 13:05 (5 months ago)
All I can say here is LOL
Just when I thought these Norwegian bathtube toyboats can't be too short/high/cartoonish...
How long is she?
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